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scout1 US English

A soldier or other person sent out ahead of a main force so as to gather information about the enemy’s position, strength, or movements

scout2 US English

Reject (a proposal or idea) with scorn

scout US Thesaurus

scouts reported the enemy's position

Scout in scout1 US English

A Boy Scout or Girl Scout

Boy Scout US English

A member of an organization of boys, especially the Boy Scouts of America, that promotes character, outdoor activities, good citizenship, and service to others

Cub Scout US English

A member of the junior branch of the Boy Scouts, for boys aged about 8 to 10

scout car US English

A fast armored vehicle used for military reconnaissance and liaison

Sea Scout US English

A participant in a program to train Explorer Scouts in seamanship

Girl Scout US English

A member of an organization of girls, especially the Girl Scouts of America, that promotes character, outdoor activities, good citizenship, and service to others

Queen's Scout US English

(In the UK) a Scout who has reached the highest standard of proficiency

talent scout US English

A person whose job is to search for talented performers who can be employed or promoted, especially in sports and entertainment

Venture Scout US English

A member of the Scout Association aged between 16 and 20

Scout's honor US English

The oath taken by a Boy Scout or Girl Scout

Scout Association US English

(In the UK) a worldwide youth organization founded for boys in 1907 by Lord Baden-Powell with the aim of developing their character by training them in self-sufficiency and survival techniques in the outdoors

Scout's honor in scout1 US English

The oath taken by a Boy Scout or Girl Scout

scoutmaster US English

The adult in charge of a group of Boy Scouts

Akela US English

The adult leader of a group of Cub Scouts (officially termed Cub Scout Leader)

Cub Scout Leader in Akela US English

The adult leader of a group of Cub Scouts (officially termed Cub Scout Leader)