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  • adjective informal resembling a scout
  • adjective informal suitable for scouts


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scout +‎ -y


  • They had asked Mamie Sue to go with me because it would take two girls to remember all they saw, and that would be the last time we could come there, though they would come often to the Wigwam if we wanted them to show us how to be as scouty as possible.


  • Crow has made two starts for the Fort Worth Cats, and scouty types have been impressed.

    McCovey Chronicles

  • His mechanics aren't crowd pleasing, as scouty types note his tendency to extremely detailed breakdown from the late, great SaberScouting that conveys a healthy amount of fear without denying Crow's talent.

    McCovey Chronicles

  • PECOTA once forecast to general scouty derision is clearly the most significant development, but Lowrie's fulfillment of every expectation of him as a hitter and exceeding those for his defense didn't simply replace Julio Lugo at short, he improved upon his big-money predecessor's performance.

    Baseball Prospectus


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