muster

(redirected from passes muster)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia.

muster

to collect sheep or cattle into a herd (cattle) or flock or mob (sheep).
References in periodicals archive ?
The Covina resident, a two-decade employee, tests the products not with a computer, but with his own sensitive ear, listening to the deep bass rumblings of Earth, Wind & Fire's ``Let's Groove'' over and over to gauge whether the sound passes muster.
If the string of letters passes muster, it then rapidly activates a section of the left frontal lobe, they say, suggesting that this brain region helps assign meaning to words.
He knows immediately if the product passes muster and meets company quality standards.
If the study passes muster, Lambert said, it will form the basis for much of the city's understanding of the valley water supply.