A second or subsequent muster; the action or an instance of remustering.
Late Middle English. From re- + muster.
1To summon, gather up, or call into play (one's skills, courage, enthusiasm, etc.) again.
To cause (a body of people) to reassemble.
3Of a body of people: to reassemble, reform.
4To assign (a person) to a different category of duties.
5To be assigned to a different category of duties.
Early 19th century. From re- + muster.