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Muse

Pronunciation of Muse
/mjˈuːs/, /mjˈuːs/, /m_j_ˈuː_s/

Synonyms for muse:

deity (noun)

absolute, all-powerful, almighty, christ, creator, deity, demigod, divinity, goddess, godhead, hero, heroine, holy ghost, idol, infinite, inspiration, jehovah, jesus, Jesus Christ, judge, lord, maker, messiah, omnipotence, omniscience, providence, redeemer, salvation, savior, trinity, Jesu, dieu, King of Kings, King of the Jews, Lamb of God, Prince of Peace, Son of God, Son of Man.

poet (noun)

bard, lyricist, poet.

Sense 1 (noun)

aesthetic, cherub, commission, composition, draftsmanship, effect, flavor, format, homage, legend.

Sense 2 (noun)

arthur, arthurian, changeling, cowboy, cupid, cyclops, dracula, dream, elf, fantasize, real, woolgather, Dick and Jane, Dorian Gray.

Sense 3 (noun)

assess, entertain, plan, revolve, think out, turn over, chew on, think through, take a long hard look at someone/something, take something into consideration.

Sense 4 (noun)

associate, compartmentalize, hive off, isolate, look, regard, see, sentimentalize, go by.

deity (noun)

absolute, all-powerful, almighty, christ, creator, deity, demigod, divinity, goddess, godhead, hero, heroine, holy ghost, idol, infinite, inspiration, jehovah, jesus, Jesus Christ, judge, lord, maker, messiah, omnipotence, omniscience, providence, redeemer, salvation, savior, trinity, Jesu, dieu, King of Kings, King of the Jews, Lamb of God, Prince of Peace, Son of God, Son of Man.

muse (noun)

chew over, contemplate, excogotate, meditate, mull, mull over, ponder, reflect, ruminate, speculate, think over.

poet (noun)

bard, lyricist, poet.

think (verb)

analyze, appraise, brood, calculate, cerebrate, cogitate, concentrate, consider, contemplate, debate, deliberate, envision, evaluate, imagine, meditate, ponder, reason, reflect, speculate, study, think, weigh, daydream.

think about, dream (verb)

brood, chew over, cogitate, consider, contemplate, deliberate, feel, meditate, moon, mull over, percolate, ponder, puzzle over, reflect, revolve, roll, ruminate, speculate, think, think over, turn over, weigh, be lost in thought, build castles in air.

Sense 1

bemusement, brown study, daydreaming, isolate, poetess, rhymer, rhymester, sentimentalize, set down, smile, versifier, woolgather, Poetaster, absent-mindedness, turn in on.

Sense 2

compartmentalize, fantasize, reverie, trance.

Sense 3

abstraction, revolve, turn around.

Sense 4

associate, regard, go by.

Sense 6

entertain.

Sense 7

look.

Sense 10

see.

Sense 15

take.

Usage examples for muse:

  • Perhaps the other muse,- the muse of drawing ... - "A Nobleman's Nest", Ivan Turgenieff.
  • It was as though the image of the glorious muse herself had appeared to him. - "Artists' Wives", Alphonse Daudet.
  • Do not judge too hastily this sincere effort of a maiden muse. - "The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.", Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist).
  • His muse picked her way as his speech did in conversation and in lecturing. - "The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.", Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist).
  • The worst of it was that an ungrateful Muse did little in return for the sacrifices I made her, and the things I now wrote were not liked by the editors I sent them to. - "Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells", William Dean Howells.

Idioms for muse:

  • muse over sm or sth;

Rhymes for muse:

  • mewes, peruse, stews, views, koos, spews, luse, sues, twos, joos, roos, ooze, jews, schmooze, goos, excuse, ewes, reuse, snooze, defuse, druze, revues, screws, miscues, reviews, canoes, moos, meuse, kuse, cruise, druse, refuse, booze, dues, clues, cruse, oohs, woos, blues, luiz, buse, hughes, who's, news, chuse, pews, hues, sous, hews, whose, ques, skews, shrews, suffuse, dews, queues, fuse, renews, drews, shoes, transfuse, confuse, tews, mews, ensues, use, foos, recuse, clews, enthuse, loos, boos, choose, brews, infuse, cruz, tattoos, taboos, toulouse, ruse, tewes, crews, kruse, misuse, bruise, glues, lose, cues, coups, pursues, soos;
  • accrues, bemuse, diffuse, amuse, accuse, abuse;
  • overuse, disabuse, kangaroos;

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