from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A member of a worldwide organization of young men and boys, founded in England in 1908 for character development and citizenship training.
- noun Slang A man whose attitudes and behavior are morally upright and often naive.
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- noun A male member of the Scout Movement.
- noun slang A person, especially a
politician, who is idealisticand naive
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Turning half the megachurch pastors, Catholic priests and Boy Scout leaders gay didn't seem to have any effect.
Even the young Boy Scout handing out poppies to the standing soldiers, found me so incongruent to his vision of a veteran that he passed me right by.
And actually, let's take a listen to a Boy Scout leader who talked about what he did when that tornado struck.
Among those arrested, a Bible camp counselor, and Boy Scout leader.
QUESTION: So, this is just west -- where he was found -- west of Boy Scout camp?
As I write this chapter, I have before me a letter from Edward L. Chalif, who was active in Boy Scout work.
They have Girl Scout groups and Boy Scout groups; they learn self-government under trained leaders.
Our previous Cub Scout troop had their crossing over into our current Boy Scout troop today.
The rising Tabb High School senior and Boy Scout needed to complete a project to become an
Tim Thomton, a Boy Scout executive and CEO of the Ventura County Council, said the controversies surrounding the Boy Scouts over its membership policies don't seem to have affected the organization, which, he said, remains vibrant and healthy.