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Verb: must  múst
  1. Be compelled, be necessary, have to, ought to
    "I must take the test before I can drive"; "you really must tidy the room some time"; "to pass the exam you must work hard"
Adjective: must  múst
  1. Highly recommended
    "a book that is must reading"
Noun: must  múst
  1. A necessary or essential thing
    "seat belts are an absolute must"
  2. Grape juice before or during fermentation
  3. The quality of smelling or tasting old or stale or mouldy
    - mustiness, moldiness [N. Amer], mouldiness [Brit, Cdn]
  4. An annual phase of heightened sexual excitement in the males of certain large mammals (especially elephants); is associated with discharge from a gland between the eye and ear
    - musth

Sounds like: muse, mews, Meuse, must, musth, mu

Derived forms: musting, musts, musted

See also: essential

Type of: essential, grape juice, necessary, necessity, phase, requirement, requisite, stage, staleness

Encyclopedia: Must, Richard