scoutmaster

[ UK /skˈa‍ʊtmɑːstɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈskaʊtˌmæstɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the leader of a troop of Scouts
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How To Use scoutmaster In A Sentence

  • Nick is not sure he agrees with the policy of excluding openly gay scoutmasters, and I find it a difficult issue myself.
  • That this so-called scoutmaster led a hike up this same challenging trail in February -- wintertime -- when snow was still present, was sheer stupidity. latimes.com - News
  • The most important thing he did for me was to legitimatize manly courage, a quality that I had heard, until I came on his work, extolled by Scoutmasters and others who made it seem a fraud. June « 2009 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • Ellington soon became known as a scoutmaster who wouldn't give up on kids. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • Even though Kari is on the left, thanks for the straightforward explanation of this sleazy tactic by Scoutmaster Sam. Is Mayor Creepy running a recall push poll already? (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • The more responsibility the Scoutmaster gives his patrol leaders, the more they will respond.
  • Mr. Paterson did not correct the problem with my teeth but he did introduce me to a wonderful scoutmaster, Mr. Barnes, who inducted me into the happy world of camping and outdoorsmanship which provided me with enjoyment and vacations throughout my secondary school years and right up to the present. Michael Smith - Autobiography
  • Ellington soon became known as a scoutmaster who wouldn’t give up on kids. KansasCity.com: Front Page
  • I'm glad you're going to stay, because you can be a kind of scoutmaster to both troops. Tom Slade at Black Lake
  • The scoutmaster said that it was just a short haul to the lake.
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