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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outscout.
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The bottle and the bicker had already, even in the forenoon, been, to a certain extent, employed as a kind of outscouts of the array that was to appear at night, and the gossipers were in that blessed state, between partial possession and full expectation, that makes every part of the body languid and lazy except the tongue.
On the other hand he must make sure that those he had seen were not outscouts for a larger pack.