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muse

1. One of the nine goddesses who presided over song and the different kinds of poetry, and also the arts and sciences; often used in the plural. Granville commands; your aid, O Muses, bring: What Muse for Granville can refuse to sing? (pope)

The names of the Muses were Calliope, Clio, erato, euterpe, melpomene, Polymnia or polyhymnia, terpsichore, thalia, and urania.

2. A particular power and practice of poetry.

3. A poet; a bard.

Origin: F. Muse, L. Musa, Gr. Cf. Mosaic, Music.


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Um when did Fr ankles assume the leadership mantle? All I saw was a bully, not a leader. Muses.

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... rational and sweet reason is your best weapon here, and do not forget that time is very much on your side now. Do not be angry at everyone who muses about the possibility of delusional parasitosis. They may be innocent, or ignorant, and this will fly out of the window once all is revealed. ...

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