scout


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Synonyms for scout

recruiter

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scout around or round

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scout something out

Synonyms for scout

to go into or through for the purpose of making discoveries or acquiring information

to regard with utter contempt and disdain

to make fun or make fun of

Synonyms for scout

a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event

someone employed to discover and recruit talented persons (especially in the worlds of entertainment or sports)

someone who can find paths through unexplored territory

explore, often with the goal of finding something or somebody

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returned the scout, dropping his rifle, and turning away like a man who was convinced of his error.
Twas done with Indian skill," said the scout laughing inwardly, but with vast satisfaction; "and 'twas a pretty sight to behold
exclaimed the scout, whose eyes began to glisten with the ardor of his usual occupation; "if they come within range of a bullet I will drop one, though the whole Six Nations should be lurking within sound
Potter has no imagination, and no great deal of culture, perhaps, but he has a historical mind and a good memory, and so he is the person I depend upon mainly to post me up when I get back from a scout.
I never go out after dark, but I find myself in the ludicrous situation of being followed and observed at a distance, always by one scout, and often by two.
Your subject,' said Mortimer, after lighting a cigar, and comforting himself with a whiff or two, 'was scouts, Eugene.
They are the scouts I speak of, as doing me the honour to attend me after dark.
I own to the weakness of objecting to occupy a ludicrous position, and therefore I transfer the position to the scouts.
The bid to win the 2019 World Scout Jamboree was voted on by the World Scout Conference, which comprises 160 national Scout associations that represent 220 countries and territories around the world.
The PBSF was founded by Gilbert, fellow White Sox executives Roland Hemond and Dave Yoakum and longtime New York Mets scout Harry Minor, who is based in Long Beach.
The Scout Portal Toolkit (SPT) and the Collection Workflow Integration System (CWIS), open-source software packages developed by the Internet Scout Project under grants from the Andrew W.
However, to suggest that the occasional Scout use of military property represents federal establishment of religion is so absurd it should even embarrass ACLU lawyers--if they were capable of embarrassment.
In the process, Mechling rather overstates the influence of Ernest Thompson Seton, the BSA's first Chief Scout (1910-1915) and downplays that of Robert BadenPowell, the British general who formulated the Boy Scout program, including its noncompetirive badge system.
Prior to the first meeting, the Care Pavilion scouts were fitted for regulation scout uniforms, including ties, hats and sashes that were provided by NewCourtland Elder Services.
Scout whinnied with delight and chased after Bingo.