Definition of Scout group

1. Noun. A unit of Girl or Boy Scouts.

Exact synonyms: Scout Troop, Troop
Generic synonyms: Social Unit, Unit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scout Group

scouring rush
scouring rushes
scourings
scours
scourse
scoursed
scourses
scoursing
scouse
scouser
scousers
scouses
scout car
scout film
scout group (current term)
scout out
scout radiograph
scout troop
scoutcraft
scoutcrafts
scouted
scouter
scouters
scouth
scouther
scouthered
scouthering
scouthers
scouths

Literary usage of Scout group

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Community Boy Leadership: A Manual for Scout Executives by Boy Scouts of America (1922)
"The school superintendent is frequently made a member of the Court of Honor or given other important tasks. e) The scout group of boys is often used as such ..."

2. The Child Labor Bulletin by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) (1918)
"... Sunshine and Shadow presented by a group of young people (Sunday school, public school, Camp Fire or scout group) as their contribution to the campaign. ..."

3. The Child Labor Bulletin by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) (1918)
"... Sunshine and Shadow presented by a group of young people (Sunday school, public school, Camp Fire or scout group) as their contribution to the campaign. ..."

4. Town Planning for Small Communities by Walpole town planning committee (1917)
"In common with many cities and towns throughout the state, Walpole has a well organized boy scout group. As illustrating the practical side of this movement ..."

5. Town Planning for Small Communities by Walpole town planning committee (1917)
"In common with many cities and towns throughout the state, Walpole has a well organized boy scout group. As illustrating the practical side of this movement ..."

6. A Project Curriculum: Dealing with the Project as a Means of Organizing the by Margaret Elizabeth Wells (1921)
"... in order to determine their fitness for the eyes of her own children and of her scout group, she takes her place in the community as a social worker. ..."

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