scout

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Noun[change]

Singular
scout

Plural
scouts

  1. A scout is someone who looks or searches for things.
    Send out a scout to find the enemy.

Verb[change]

Plain form
scout

Third-person singular
scouts

Past tense
scouted

Past participle
scouted

Present participle
scouting

  1. If you scout, you search or look for information.
    Scout the enemy camp so we know what they're up to.
  2. If you scout, you look for people who have talent and skill.
    A man at the cricket game scouted the players to see who was good.