a person, ship or aircraft sent out to get information about the enemy's position, strength, etc.
a member of an association for training boys or girls in character and various useful skills
an act of scouting
go looking for sth; act as a scout
Capt. Baker..went upon a scout and..was shot.
出自： P. Schuyler
Send a bloke to do a preliminary scout round.
出自： P. Dickinson
Keyes..had been out scouting among his old comrades.
出自： Ld Macaulay
They..scout for 'great' pictures in the trouble-torn areas of the world.
Danger? pshaw! fiddlesticks! everybody scouted the idea.
出自： S. Leacock
Audaciously scouting the Augustinian theory 'that the Blessed Virgin conceived our Lord through the Ears.'
出自： R. Firbank