boy scout

NOUN
  1. a man who is considered naive
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  • It's a nonsense verse used by everyone from boy scouts to football hooligans, including, presumably the Swansea massive.
  • Four of the boys in Boy Scout Troop 611 reached the rank of Eagle Scout.
  • We had a Boy Scout troop offer their meeting place and the building was fantastic, but where you parked the trucks was right where they have the septics.
  • Boy Scouts in Dundee will be able to pledge allegiance to ‘Allah’ and drop the traditional oath to God and Queen, says the Scout Association in Scotland. RNB Roundup: a compendium of religion news stories
  • And in another victory for Iraqi civil society, the Boy Scout movement is slowly reviving too, with some essential help from their American counterparts.
  • I first recall the line in 1959 when as a young boy scout I was taken to camp at Pont-y-Pant.
  • I first recall the line in 1959 when as a young boy scout I was taken to camp at Pont-y-Pant.
  • A challenge to the Boy Scouts 'ban on gay troop leaders was dismissed, allowing the organization to continue that ban. CNN Transcript - Saturday Morning News: Supreme Court Ends Landmark Session - July 1, 2000
  • On May 15, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 5872, an act “To require the Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in commemoration of the centennial of the Boy Scouts of America, and for other purposes.” Congress’s $3.5 million ”Bake Sale” for the Boy Scouts : Coin Collecting News
  • Lighting a stove or pitching a storm-worthy tent required new skills, but these skills did not promote the same hands-on knowledge of nature celebrated in the woodcraft handbooks or the early Boy Scout manuals.
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