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noun as in person who is searching, investigating
It’s inexpensive enough to outfit an entire cub-scout troop, and even comes with three AA batteries.
Grant said that as Cleveland scouts spoke with Civale in college, they came away impressed with how the CAA All-Academic standout at Northeastern University could recall every pitch from his recent starts.
These scout for infrared light — a type the human eye can’t see.
Superconducting chips interface with those cavities and are used to perform operations on the qubits and scout for errors.
However, Ledbetter noted that “scouts have already been scouting these athletes for two years.”
The brokers then scout out potential “crew members” who can earn substantial discounts for working the journey.
We did a movie down in Durango — Great Scout and Cat House Thursday.
From there, he led groups of Kansa and Osage to scout for Spanish garrisons.
One was about Girl Scout cookies and the other was aptly titled, “I Love It.”
The Boy Scout that a people thought they knew does not exist.
"You must promise never again to leave without permission, or this is your last scout with me," said Harry, sternly.
So whilst we was eatin' breakfast I begins t' quiz, an', one way an' another, lets on I wanted t' see that Injun scout.
The periscope is the one part of the submarine scout equipment that is open to vision from the surface.
I can imagine a scout standing here sending up smoke signals.
Cousin was there, seated and his head bowed on his chest, a waiting victim for the first Indian scout who might happen along.
On this page you'll find 104 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to scout, such as: detective, recruiter, advance, adventurer, escort, and explorer.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.