scout troop

NOUN
  1. a unit of Girl or Boy Scouts
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How To Use scout troop In A Sentence

  • From the beginning his Scout troop contained both Catholic and Protestant boys, and it was General Montgomery's proud boast that the school at Fivemiletown was a glowing example of happy, successful non-segregated education.
  • He joined an Indonesian Boy Scout troop and played soccer, which would not become popular in the United States until years later.
  • I was fourteen and in the scouts, camping out in a wood just outside Oxford with dozens of other scout troops from all over the country.
  • Boys and girls, along with men and women from Scout troops all over the district, marched through the High Street yesterday, accompanied by three bands.
  • The fact those you were den leader in Cub Scout troop is irrelevant.
  • I mean, it's a scout troop from a local school.
  • I also volunteered with the Boy Scout troop that I had been affiliated with while I was in my teens.
  • The fact that you were den leader in your Cub Scout troop is irrelevant.
  • Climbing the mountain fatigued the whole scout troop.
  • At least 35,000 young people are on waiting lists as the organisation allegedly struggles to recruit enough adults to run Scout troops. Times, Sunday Times
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