scout[ skout ]SEE DEFINITION OF scout
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SCOUT
"This must be looked to," said the scout, glancing about him with an anxious eye.
The warning call of the scout was not uttered without occasion.
On the other hand, the quick, roving eye of the scout seldom rested.
"Ah, reason and calculation are often outdone by accident," returned the scout.
Heyward saw, by the manner of the scout, that altercation would be useless.
"Beat it," repeated the young Delaware at the elbow of the scout.
Here the scout again halted, to consult the signs of the forest.
Uncas took the scout by the hand, and led him to the feet of the patriarch.
When Heyward joined him, the scout was coolly awaiting the result of this experiment.
But their main force is not far from us now, so a scout told me.