The noun 'muster' is a standard collective noun for:a muster of crowsa muster of peacocksa muster of soldiersa muster of storks
A muster of Crows and a muster of Peacocks
No, it is not a preposition. Muster is a noun, or a verb (to gather or muster).
Miki Muster's birth name is Miki Muster.
Muster parade. Muster means to gather everyone together in a parade, that's why it is called muster parade.
I couldn't muster to see my child in pain.
we had to try and muster as may people as possible
Gympie Muster was created in 1982.
muster point is a peninsula that jots out into the sea
I could not muster up the courage to touch the snake.
Muster Day, That is the way to do roll call's in the military.
A bangtail muster is a muster of cattle, for counting and other purposes, during which any animals not previously counted are bangtailed, treated and released.