scouting

[ US /ˈskaʊtɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /skˈa‍ʊtɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. exploring in order to gain information
    scouting in enemy territory is very dangerous
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How To Use scouting In A Sentence

  • The franchise mode has been expanded with a scouting report and a minor league system that will let hands on managers cultivate talent.
  • The salmon fishing, black bear, moose, and caribou sightings, and frequent stops for scouting and portaging easily turn running the Main into a weeklong wilderness adventure.
  • They have always been leaders in scouting and their record in national competition is unsurpassed.
  • It's obvious when you talk about prospects how much you value your first-hand account, or the scouting reports you hear of a player.
  • One of the fastest growing areas of scouting, last year the program experienced a 17% growth in youth enrollment.
  • I don't mind being the one who has to call the plumber, and sit with the plumber, and go scouting for soap dispensers for the kitchen to replace the ridiculous airgap that they make you put it, but I don't like everyone being crabby at me about the whole thing. Readersguide Diary Entry
  • He is in front of his locker, placing written scouting reports and color-coded charts on Orioles hitters into neat stacks on the floor.
  • Scouting seminars in hotels are a popular rip-off tactic used by bogus agencies. The Sun
  • I actually hunt with a lot of outfitters -- I do all of my own scouting and I hang my own stands -- but I would never hunt with an operation that would stupe to this level to gain financial gain. Exclusive Video: Is This the Walking Record Whitetail?
  • While eminent singers will be involved as members of the jury, the talent scouting exercise will go on for six consecutive months.
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