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    1. She is from Jamaica and she also loosely Nigeria is her muse, this is where many of her stories take

    2. as He scratched his chin, lost with His muse

    3. I muse over that while I wash up

    4. After he’s gone, I take the mugs into the kitchen and absentmindedly wash them up as I muse over his kindness

    5. They stepped back and began to muse further afield in an effort to find profit in their project

    6. “As you heard me say, I call on the Muse to begin when

    7. the Muse, without the chatter of a girl

    8. Despite what Homer thought about her feeling for heroic verse, the same Muse spoke to her

    9. If anyone’s inspired by the Muse, it’s you

    10. She was left there to muse, to think seriously about her ever-evolving situation in Skyrim

    11. Moreover, it seemed he regarded her as his muse, certainly not his guardian

    12. Amonas thought there was a lot about Hilderich to muse over when time and circumstance would allow it, but there were other more pressing matters to attend to first

    13. of the strongest muse at your pen

    14. Institutional red bricks of the former Muse of Therapy were pushed to the west into a large pile and sold off at an alarming rate

    15. 5 I remember the days of old; I meditate on all your works; I muse on the work of your hands

    16. When someone verbally abuses us, for example, we could muse: "I wouldn't be suffering this harm now, if I hadn't abused someone similarly in the past

    17. And so, perhaps questions such as "Did I exist in the past?", "What was I in the past?", "Shall I exist in the future?", and ""What shall I be in the future?" can be best left for each reader and seeker of enlightenment to ponder and muse over in his or her own heart

    18. Mid the magic madrigal of a muse

    19. Having the liberty to choose the subject of my choice for this article, I would like to muse on two subjects that were, is, and will remain close to my heart, Literature and Philosophy

    20. The music was his life, his soul, and the drugs were his muse

    21. For Roger, the “botillo” constitutes, without doubt, “The Delicacy King of the Muse

    22. Poetry that softly moves my being, what muse can soften me more still?

    23. She was chosen to be the muse of our varsity basketball team where I belonged

    24. dancing, acting, often claiming to be inspired by a "muse"

    25. After all these years, I've discovered that I write better in the morning, when I'm sufficiently caffeinated and energetic enough to grab my muse by the heels and pin her to a page

    26. On bad days, my muse eludes me as easily as Pan's shadow and no matter which keys I press, “blah, blah, blah” appears on the screen

    27. Then Master called to stop my muse, “Behold what Truth is thine to know!”

    28. I tried it the other way--writing whenever the muse struck--for decades, and it did not work

    29. Amid this muse the Queen announced, “Dear Ones, prepare! He cometh The Folk of Yore – Sacred Memories

    30. And you, there’s only one muse

    31. But the three white-robed daughters of the Muse of Joy are nowhere to be seen, so I can only assume that Resa’s joy is my doing

    32. Sing, Heav'nly Muse, that, on the secret top

    33. And there my muse with heav'nly transport glow:

    34. "Fool," said my Muse to me, "look in thy heart, and write

    35. head straight to the Muse statue19 between Eighth and

    36. Without a Muse the words, paint and clay

    37. As I pass by Cherrie’s house, I can’t help but muse how nice it must

    38. “Of course,” McCoy continued to muse

    39. I started to muse aloud, “The Canadian River flows all the way from the Sangre de Cristo mountains near the Colorado, New Mexico border

    40. “Sort of lost the muse,” Garcia said, his voice monotone, devoid of emotions

    41. Someone who is interested in learning new things,” Deanna continued to muse

    42. stranded steps towards flowering traditions of forested islands – there is more to the muse

    43. He cites the voices associated with schizophrenia as one proof of this, and the voice associated with the act of poetry (the Muse) as

    44. Chapter 25: I See the Muse in a New Light

    45. Historically, it has been called the Muse

    46. can happen sometimes, the Muse was with me, and the speaking was beautiful

    47. What it had felt like was the voice of Poetry, the voice of the Muse, which has a very different psychic texture

    48. Muse can bring to the table

    49. What I found out, of course, is that the Muse can

    50. The Muse as we know her today wasn’t

    1. "Since 55,21,24," Jorma mused

    2. mused, he must be in a mild state of mental discomfort made hallucinogenic by

    3. “What in the name of all the fates have we got here?” he mused, grinning

    4. ’ Kara mused, spearing a particularly large chip on the end of her fork dipping it in the savoury sauce on her plate before carrying it to her mouth

    5. ’ Joris mused idly

    6. ‘I don’t think we’ve ever talked about that, have we?’ he mused, elbows on the table, nursing his mug

    7. This, of course, was all part of his plan and the soldier mused on this later that night; "Now, it's really too bad that no one is allowed to see the chairman's daughter

    8. “And I’m the one who uses that name,” he mused

    9. They muttered and mused on how a government that claimed to

    10. ’ Mused Alastair, digging into the biscuit container, ‘How old is the child? Any idea?’

    11. This, of course, was all part of his plan and the soldier mused on

    12. I've not done that for a while now, have I?' I mused

    13. mused privately, as if the way had been intended to be secret

    14. I wonder if there is a phone booth nearby, he mused

    15. ones soldiers wear,’ he mused

    16. Perhaps, he mused, it was those high cheekbones

    17. more precisely, mused Tom, widely variable in the amount of interest

    18. Surely, he mused, there must

    19. As she lay waiting for sleep to claim her, she mused over how much Ozzie had changed since she first met him

    20. Surely, he mused,

    21. The controls to activate the lamp were operated (as always, mused

    22. “I guess I really don’t know what I would do with it either,” Ava mused about wealth

    23. She mused as she went down to join them, how many times these same activities had been performed with nearly the same schedule and expected results over the countless generations before them

    24. Somehow, he mused, showers at this time of year

    25. All-in-all, he mused, a fair amount of work had been

    26. ’ The Sergeant mused, almost to himself

    27. ’ the Inspector mused

    28. They mused together without speaking of the immense weight with which Harry must surely have been burdened as he awaited some sign, some hint of preparation and contrite surrender from one and the other of the seekers

    29. He mused on it and patiently waited

    30. “Although,” she mused, “Mr

    31. "And you are that?" he mused

    32. "And they can read Alan's memories," Kelvin mused, "Whoever lives in the city of the pyramid

    33. It’s always such an awkward venture, she mused

    34. Surely he must have, she mused

    35. He has clearly made up his mind and must have given this some thought on the way back, she mused

    36. Puzzled, Brynjolf mused aloud why Dragon Bridge, why that far-flung little village, and the man answered mockingly that maybe she intended to join up with the “Pentus Ocultus”, or whatever gibberish it was that they were called

    37. Senta on the other hand, mused aloud, “I haven't watched a ship being built before

    38. “Tenrith? Never heard of it;” Elenir mused aloud, her voice stronger after the time with Ravena in their rooms

    39. “How did that come about?” she mused

    40. “What now?” she mused aloud to prod them out of their 'stupor

    41. It was most likely, he mused, some variation of both

    42. Would only make sense, she mused

    43. ” Darshi mused as she, Mi'ah, Ru, Misha and Elena strolled with the Elf up the last stretch onto the promontory overlooking the chasm

    44. packets in the freezer" Rex mused

    45. interesting he mused

    46. ‘A second chance at life,’ mused Torbin

    47. Another compounding of obsolescence, like a kick in the teeth for those early pioneers, mused Scott

    48. He recalled that his idea for staircase bowling to break in the new Temple had been hastily dismissed, though he still mused that the old oak craftsmanship would stand up to a few bowling balls just fine

    49. ‘Sent by the Bortati, here to rescue us all,’ he mused

    50. Torbin mused that it was some kind of sulking objection at being usurped, though more likely it sensed its primary purpose in sending him to the black hole was no longer valid

    1. cast from under the mask of muses

    2. 'The nine stripes in our flag symbolize the nine Muses, the goddesses of art and civilization although we have many theories like that, if you are interested,' Alessandra put her arms round her brother

    3. “In destroying this work of art, this marriage of the Muses with technology, this stranger has, indeed, shown himself to be the most astounding of all things

    4. work of art, this marriage of the Muses with technology, this

    5. Who taught it to the Muses, too

    6. He must be favored by the Muses, because his writing sang with their immortal voices

    7. She knew, because today she’d heard echoes from the Muses, too

    8. “Well,” he muses to himself, “I guess I have egg on my face

    9. I think of what the Muses would say to that

    10. “The Muses are real too?”

    11. Ras muses, “No one would dare hide without distancing himself first

    12. Along that way of thinking lies madness, Gautama muses

    13. She was beautiful and kind and she held close to her a love of life that rivaled the Light Muses that Kiko had told him about

    14. It’s dangerous and treacherous and, to me, more beautiful than all the Light Muses combined

    15. These are the Light Muses; embodiments of their father’s personality and their mother’s goodness

    16. He ignores my question and muses on

    17. In what ways has Fishmael become like the fish? Well, they are both now muses

    18. " 'Mother' muses, "you look a bit thin

    19. Now she will take revenge by killing all vampires and their muses

    20. A moving automat, the mechanic muses, is that a contradiction? It says a faint Carpenter’s Box Luncheonette on the side

    21. ” In time, those internal voices became the Muses, and eventually the Muse

    22. Hippocrene, the spring of the Muses on MountHelicon, is said to have sprung from a blow of his hoof

    23. Caliope the muse of eloquence and heroic poetry and chief of the muses

    24. Papa was so angry that he began a letter to Collins _père_ telling him to remove his son to a city where there are fewer muses; but Collins _père_ is a person who makes nails in Manchester with immense skill and application and is terrifyingly rich, and my step-mother's attitude toward the terrifyingly rich is one of large forgiveness; so she tore up Papa's letter just where it had got to the words _erbärmlicher Esel_, said he was a very decent boy, that he should stay as long as he wanted to, but that, since he seemed to be troublesome about learning, Papa must write and demand a higher scale of payment

    25. She was not made for Milton and the Muses

    26. Wherever even a question of it arises Love and the Graces fly affrighted, followed closely, by the entire troop of equally terrified Muses, out of the nearest window

    27. As he watches some of the visitors departing the grove, the man muses that the sorry

    28. His successors, the Ptolemies, invited scientists, poets and philosophers to live in the city and built for them a palace, the temple of the Muses, where they would be able to work in peace and serenity

    29. "By the orders I have received," said the curate, "since Apollo has been Apollo, and the Muses have been Muses, and poets have been poets, so droll and absurd a book as this has never been written, and in its way it is the best and the most singular of all of this species that have as yet appeared, and he who has not read it may be sure he has never read what is delightful

    30. Why, even the unhappy laugh, and the policeman, far from judging the drunk man, surveys him humorously, and the little boys scamper back again, and the clerk from Somerset House has nothing but tolerance for him, and the man who is reading half a page of Lothair at the bookstall muses charitably, with his eyes off the print, and the girl hesitates at the crossing and turns on him the bright yet vague glance of the young

    31. Ended for aye the epics of Asia's, Europe's helmeted warriors, ended the primitive call of the muses,

    32. "That will not be necessary," said Lothario, "for the muses are not such enemies of mine but that they visit me now and then in the course of the year

    33. In an engraver's shop on the boulevard there is an Italian print of one of the Muses

    34. And what happens? if he do nothing else, and holds no converse with the Muses, does not even that intelligence which there may be in him, having no taste of any sort of learning or enquiry or thought or culture, grow feeble and dull and blind, his mind never waking up or receiving nourishment, and his senses not being purged of their mists?

    35. And though only the best of them will be appointed by their predecessors, still they will be unworthy to hold their fathers' places, and when they come into power as guardians, they will soon be found to fail in taking care of us, the Muses, first by under-valuing music; which neglect will soon extend to gymnastic; and hence the young men of your State will be less cultivated

    36. This the Muses affirm to be the stock from which discord has sprung, wherever arising; and this is their answer to us

    37. Why, yes, I said, of course they answer truly; how can the Muses speak falsely?

    38. ‘Your Rambouillet is in full conclave,’ he said, looking round at all the party; ‘the graces and the muses

    39. “I know,” muses Kate

    40. The muses, still with freedom found, shall to thy happy coast repair;

    41. As for Favourite, O nymphs and muses! one day when Blachevelle was crossing the gutter in the Rue Guerin-Boisseau, he espied a beautiful girl with white stockings well drawn up, which displayed her legs

    42. 'The thrice three Muses mourning for the death

    43. 594): 'the muses

    44. She muses: "What was Olga's fate?

    45. "Your Rambouillet is in full conclave," he said, looking round at all the party; "the graces and the muses

    46. "The tenth of the muses," the count interrupted him: "another name is Industry

    1. operator musing on how his job could be more efficient

    2. longing for childhood or the musing on times

    3. He spent a happy hour musing on the vagaries of fortune and on his

    4. Musing over this, she ate her way steadily through the food on her plate

    5. was just musing about the copper and his comical old bike when he

    6. I contented myself with these discoveries for this time, and came back, musing with myself what course I might take to know the virtue and goodness of any of the fruits or plants which I should discover, but could bring it to no conclusion; for, in short, I had made so little observation while I was in the Brazils, that I knew little of the plants in the field; at least, very little that might serve to any purpose now in my distress

    7. Musing had always been good for Nathan, this time it was no exception

    8. Putting down the paper, musing on this subject, one could hear a faint droning in the distance

    9. Instead, he nodded in silent agreement and then said with a careful choice of words as if musing on the matter:

    10. She found her musing turn to lust for all that money, and wondered as to the wisdom of throwing it into the sea

    11. The General had been musing on these recent past events for some time it seemed, because he could hear anxiety and worry in the words that his adjutant repeated in the same staccato manner:

    12. The Pilgrim was offering a reverent gaze to it, seemingly musing about the workings of God in His Land, engrossed in thought and prayer

    13. Musing about the workings of the game I remembered the seed and how pivotal it’s role actually is: the rules of the game clearly state that ‘in the highly improbable case of technical error, the current game ends in a draw and is reseeded to allow the players a fair second chance at winning’

    14. But there was a group that had sought to challenge my witness, the musing continued

    15. 3 My heart was hot within me, while I was musing the fire burned; then spoke I with my tongue,

    16. Chloe was quiet for a moment, musing over the spell, nothing came to mind

    17. “As I say, I have not experienced this before,” Gelahn continued as if he were musing to himself

    18. Musing upon them; as a mother, who

    19. Calvin stared past the wall, musing

    20. Bill: I beg to differ with Michael on one point in this lengthy metaphysical musing

    21. He tossed them to the children and returned his silent musing to the river

    22. ' He left her there still musing over his age

    23. It was light enough to see and the musing Indian peered through the moisture laden air searching for the three sentinel palm trees overhanging the landing place

    24. I need to smack it with a hammer," Ed said flatly still musing about this stranger who was more familiar to him than his own brother

    25. At last, he said, “You’re quite a big chap aint you, James?” I shrugged and he continued, as if musing to himself, “Now I wonder what it is that you want with ‘Sonny Boy’ Vern? -Something to his advantage, is it?” I laughed shortly and he said, predictably, “Yeess!” as if meaning precisely the opposite

    26. “Y’know what I’d love?” she continues, keeping the edge out of her voice, as if musing to herself

    27. Still musing over what lay beneath the surface but realizing he had more pressing matters to tend to in the immediate future, he nodded then approached the entrance to the verandah from which he could see the waves crashing aggressively ashore and the lightning bouncing from the choppy surface of the ocean that was almost cloaked by the driving rain and the now thin fog

    28. She touched his face, musing silently

    29. Garcia scratched his face a little, either enjoying the laughter as he appeared to be musing about couch jumping or actually considering the antics

    30. The next question was directed at Garcia, but he was still musing over all the unique gifts each of the members of his band had brought to help create their unique look and sound, and though he had heard the question, he delayed processing it

    31. "What's that?" Asked Shinds musing

    32. “True,” he agreed, musing

    33. He took a sip and leaned into his desk, musing over the situation, his eyes on his First Officer, but not focused until he was ready to speak

    34. “Never thought of that,” Juan said, musing over the music

    35. He returned to his musing about the mysterious sedan

    36. “Yeah, but that could also work for us,” Crusher said, musing

    37. Andrew said nothing, musing over the crow’s words

    38. “What a perceptive child,” the panther said, musing

    39. Musing, Helios sat on Tom’s shoulder

    40. Cam said goodbye and disconnected, musing that whatever happened, he could get used to the idea of going home to her

    41. “What do you think?” Musing to himself, he knew Henri would be devastated at the loss and blame himself for not being here

    42. ” KoK appeared to be musing to himself, so the S3 agent could have the 1102

    43. “It’s incredible how fate works sometimes,” Kathy continued in a musing tone of voice

    44. Musing about her awakening as her mind became clearer, she remembered a dream

    45. But now, because of all this musing he was doing right now, he might remember this particular cat even in ten years time

    46. But it was more recent history that both detectives were musing about in silence

    47. His musing was interrupted by the employee who handed him a print out

    48. These acts of violence had gone beyond bestial; he continued musing to himself

    49. I opened my suitcase again, brought out my pajamas, put them on and lay in bed musing things over

    50. The rest is useless philosophical musing

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    Synonyms for "muse"

    muse chew over contemplate excogitate meditate mull mull over ponder reflect ruminate speculate think over consider think brood reflect on

    "muse" definitions

    in ancient Greek mythology any of 9 daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne; protector of an art or science

    the source of an artist's inspiration

    reflect deeply on a subject