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1. His muse pullulated with dizzying speed.
2. It is useless to muse upon past errors.
3. I began to muse about/on the possibility of starting my own business.
4. His muse had deserted him, and he could no longer write.
5. Many of the papers muse on the fate of the President.
6. He felt that his muse had deserted him .
7. The Muse does not inspire all poets equally.
8. Once she was a nude model and muse to French artist Henri Matisse.
9. The muse has left me - I haven't written any poetry for months!
10. Repeating the title, we muse over what the book will probably be about.
11. It is profitable, but it leaves the comic muse high and dry.
12. But the system still operated as an insulating muse.
13. Would you please have Mr Hogan send my Muse subscription to this address?
14. The following Monday; the Mitjord Muse ran two front-page stories on the local Episcopal church community.
15. Don't wait for a muse to come take your hand.
16. Maud Gonne was the muse of W.B. Yeats, the Irish poet.
17. Health is the first muse, and sleep is the condition to produce it. Ralph Waldo Emerson
18. She has submerged her identity in the role of photographer's wife and muse.
19. Any grubby social thoughts the film might have evoked can be swiftly rejected in favour of a more universal muse.
20. Then he began to peel back the brittle newspapers[sentencedict.com], Father Tim saw that the date on the Mitford Muse was 1952.
21. She explains to Jose that they have a flat tire and muse go back down the road to the big house.
22. Soon she is up in the studio mixing his paints and dreaming of becoming her master's muse.
23. At times like that do you despair, turn to drink to try and coax back the muse?
24. In short, the comic poet is invading the territory of the tragic muse.
25. Louis and I would go out for walks and muse about Ibsen.sentencedict.com
26. Though each portrait was essentially a straight forward head-shot, we are given far more to muse over than a strange face.
27. She still puts in occasional appearances, Graves concluded in all sincerity, as a muse to poets like himself!
28. The sloth-like times come when we lose touch with our inner muse.
29. The chaste poet was unable to pass uninjured in that wild surrounding waste. This violence was so terrible that not even his mother, the muse Calliope, could save him.
30. Ashley Faus is a contributing writer to The Daily Muse and a marketing professional for an aerospace company in Dallas, TX.