Muset Mu"set, n. [OF. mussette, dim. of musse, muce, a hiding place, fr. F. musser, OF. mucier, muchier, to conceal, hide. Cf. {Micher}.] A small hole or gap through which a wild animal passes; a muse. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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