• WordNet 3.6
    • n muser a reflective thinker characterized by quiet contemplation
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Muser One who muses.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n muser One who muses; one who acts, speaks, or writes as in a reverie; an absent-minded person.
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In literature:

But 'hungry generations' soon tread down the muser in a city.
"Desperate Remedies" by Thomas Hardy
But this muser could only expect to fall at the front.
"Kincaid's Battery" by George W. Cable
To the muser there was no time; time had dribbled out and reverie had taken its place.
"An Arkansas Planter" by Opie Percival Read
Why did the muser's thoughts ever turn to Trevethlan?
"Trevethlan: Volume 1" by William Davy Watson
Langour crept over the muser.
"Trevethlan (Vol 3 of 3)" by William Davy Watson

In news:

Gordon gets punched by Ronde Barber during Musers wireless.
On Muser Drive across from 174 Angola Raod Cornwall, NY 12520.
SportsDay columnists Evan Grant and Gerry Fraley joined The Musers on KTCK-AM 1310 to discuss the Texas Rangers.

In science:

Muser and co-workers have argued that clean surfaces should not exhibit static friction , but the presence of mobile molecules (so called ”third bodies) at the interface can lead to static friction.
Dry Friction due to Adsorbed Molecules
The present work differs from Ref. 5 in that we have developed an adiabatic approximation method for locating Tomlinsonlike potential instabilities which result in ”dry friction” in the Muser-Robbins picture.
Dry Friction due to Adsorbed Molecules