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A person who by means of travel (notably an expedition) searches out new information.
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  1. A person who by means of travel (notably an expedition) searches out new information.
  2. One that explores, especially one that explores a geographic area.
  3. Any of various hand tools, with sharp points, used in dentistry.
One who opens up new areas of thought, research, or development:
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  1. One who opens up new areas of thought, research, or development:
  2. A species that is typically among the first to become established in a bare, open, or disturbed area.
  3. A soldier who performs construction and demolition work in the field to facilitate troop movements.
Any military base away from the home country
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  1. Any military base away from the home country
  2. (Mil.) A small group stationed at a distance from the main force in order to prevent an enemy surprise attack
  3. A detachment of troops stationed at a distance from a main force to guard against surprise attacks.
A long, slender, horizontal trailing stem that puts out roots along or just below the ground at its tip or its nodes, thus producing new plants; stolon
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  1. A long, slender, horizontal trailing stem that puts out roots along or just below the ground at its tip or its nodes, thus producing new plants; stolon
  2. A ring, loop, etc. that can slide along a strap, rod, etc., often one to which another part or parts can be attached
  3. A smuggler:
A detachment of troops sent ahead of a main force to reconnoiter and provide protection.
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  1. A detachment of troops sent ahead of a main force to reconnoiter and provide protection.
  2. A detachment of troops sent ahead to reconnoiter and protect the line of march
One that precedes another; a forerunner or predecessor:
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  1. One that precedes another; a forerunner or predecessor:
  2. A biochemical substance, such as an intermediate compound in a chain of enzymatic reactions, from which a more stable or definitive product is formed:
  3. One that precedes and indicates, suggests, or announces someone or something to come:
One or more military vehicles, boats, ships, or aircraft assigned to guard or reconnoiter a given area.
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  1. One or more military vehicles, boats, ships, or aircraft assigned to guard or reconnoiter a given area.
  2. A military unit sent out on a reconnaissance or combat mission.
  3. The act of moving about an area especially by an authorized and trained person or group, for purposes of observation, inspection, or security.
A person who by means of travel (notably an expedition) searches out new information.
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  1. A person who by means of travel (notably an expedition) searches out new information.
  2. A person who explores; esp., one who explores an unknown or little-known region
  3. A person aged 14–20 who is a participant in the exploring program of the Boy Scouts of America.
(Soccer) someone connected with Cardiff City Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
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  1. (Soccer) someone connected with Cardiff City Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
  2. Any of a genus (Sialia) of small North American thrushes: the male usually has a blue or bluish back and an orange or reddish breast
A species that is typically among the first to become established in a bare, open, or disturbed area.
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  1. A species that is typically among the first to become established in a bare, open, or disturbed area.
  2. One who opens up new areas of thought, research, or development:
  3. A soldier who performs construction and demolition work in the field to facilitate troop movements.
To undertake an activity or occupation undeterred by difficulty or uncertainty:
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  1. To undertake an activity or occupation undeterred by difficulty or uncertainty:
  2. To investigate for information; search (into books, the past, etc.)
  3. To discuss or explain something, especially in detail:
To break up, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example), as with a shovel, spade, or snout, or with claws, paws or hands.
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  1. To break up, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example), as with a shovel, spade, or snout, or with claws, paws or hands.
  2. To learn or discover by careful research or investigation:
  3. To obtain or find by an action similar to digging:
To look into closely; examine carefully; investigate
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  1. To look into closely; examine carefully; investigate
  2. To search into or travel in for the purpose of discovery:
  3. To travel in (a region previously unknown or little known) in order to learn about its natural features, inhabitants, etc.
To carry out an examination or investigation
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  1. To carry out an examination or investigation
  2. To seek information; ask a question or questions
  3. To ask questions about (something); investigate or analyze:
To make a detailed inquiry or systematic examination.
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  1. To make a detailed inquiry or systematic examination.
  2. To search into so as to learn the facts; inquire into systematically
  3. To observe or inquire into in detail; examine systematically:
To pose questions or conduct an investigation:
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  1. To pose questions or conduct an investigation:
  2. To penetrate or explore physically, especially with a probe, in order to find or discover something:
  3. To explore (a wound, etc.) with a probe
To make a reconnaissance or preliminary examination.
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  1. To make a reconnaissance or preliminary examination.
  2. To make a preliminary examination of (an area or a group, for example), usually by moving around and observing, in order to gather information, especially for military purposes:
To view with contempt; despise.
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  1. To view with contempt; despise.
  2. (Chiefly Literary) To treat or think of with contempt; scorn
To dislike intensely; loathe:
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  1. To dislike intensely; loathe:
  2. To look down on with contempt and scorn
  3. To regard with contempt or scorn:
To regard or treat with haughty contempt:
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  1. To regard or treat with haughty contempt:
  2. To consider or reject (doing something) as beneath oneself:
  3. To regard or treat as unworthy or beneath one's dignity; specif., to refuse or reject with aloof contempt or scorn
To refuse or reject as wrong or disgraceful
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  1. To refuse or reject as wrong or disgraceful
  2. To consider or treat as contemptible or unworthy:
  3. To consider or reject (doing something) as beneath one's dignity:
To laugh at in contempt or scorn; make fun of; ridicule
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  1. To laugh at in contempt or scorn; make fun of; ridicule
  2. To laugh at, speak of, or write about dismissively or contemptuously.
To jeer or taunt; scoff (at)
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  1. To jeer or taunt; scoff (at)
  2. To make taunting, heckling, or jeering remarks.
  3. To deride with taunting remarks.
To abuse vocally; taunt:
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  1. To abuse vocally; taunt:
  2. To make fun of (a person or thing) in a rude, sarcastic manner; mock; taunt; scoff (at)
  3. To speak or shout derisively; mock.
To make witty or amusing remarks.
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  1. To make witty or amusing remarks.
  2. To jeer; mock
  3. To be playful in speech and actions; joke
To feel or suggest joyousness; appear bright and merry
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  1. To feel or suggest joyousness; appear bright and merry
  2. To show or feel amusement or good humor:
  3. To feel or express derision or contempt; mock:
In a false or insincere manner
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  1. In a false or insincere manner
  2. To imitate or mimic, as in fun or derision; burlesque
  3. To imitate in fun or derision:
To expose to ridicule; make fun of.
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  1. To expose to ridicule; make fun of.
To eat (food) quickly and greedily.
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  1. To eat (food) quickly and greedily.
  2. To mock at or deride
  3. To say in a derisive manner:
To taunt, ridicule, or tease, especially for embarrassing mistakes or faults:
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  1. To taunt, ridicule, or tease, especially for embarrassing mistakes or faults:
  2. To reproach, tease, taunt, etc., esp. by reminding of a fault or mistake
To question (someone), especially closely or repeatedly:
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  1. To question (someone), especially closely or repeatedly:
  2. (Archaic) To poke fun at; mock.
  3. (Now Rare) To look at, often specif., inquisitively, teasingly, etc.
Find another word for scout. In this page you can discover 42 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for scout, like: explorer, pioneer, outpost, runner, advance-guard, precursor, patrol, reconnoiterer, explorer, young adventurer and bluebird.