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Definition of "scouted" [scouted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of scout. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "scouted" in a sentence
  • "A zeppelin scouted no-man's-land at the center of the battlefield, its metal skin sparkling."
  • "Instead, people from Gomez-Palacio were hired to scour (quietly) the Bolson for the missing missile while U.S. planes scouted from the air."
  • "I bet that one was about 35 miles an hour, but you know, you just don't want to be, you just don't want to be out and I've kind of scouted my area a little bit here, looking for anything lose that might smack me up side of the head while I'm standing out here."