Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In stone-working, a workman who uses jumpers, feathers, and wedges in the process of removing large projections by boring holes transversely in order to scale off large flakes.
- n. an adult member of the Boy Scouts movement
“All Comments from matt wasson wrote 2 weeks 4 days ago boo hoo, should of used smart scouter!”
“I'll watch some Dragonball Z in Japanese without subtitles, and when I watch with my friends, they'll ask me "Erik, what did Vegeta's scouter say about his power level???”
“Vegeta, what does the scouter say about his power level?”
“I trained in a Dutchman ... just about the fastest scouter there is.”
“They inspected the ship, a weatherbeaten scouter that looked like a relic of the '90's.”
“He betimes had out more than one wagon of his own; and Battersleigh, cavalryman, became Batty, scouter for bones, while Franklin remained at the market.”
“I have been a scouter of my mother's teachings, a thief, and, in heart if not in act, a murderer.”
“He gained great note as a scouter and ranger, rendering such important service in this way to the army that the legislature made him a special grant of "fifty Spanish milled dollars" as an honorable gift.”
“Ay, ay, this may do well enough for a scouter; but we seamen like our offing, and to go into action with nothing in our minds but the business before us -- plain broadside and broadside work, and no trees or rocks to thicken the water.”
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