(sometimes initial capital letters) a member of a British organization of girls (Girl Guides ) founded in England by Lord Robert S. S. Baden-Powell and his sister Lady Agnes as a sister organization of the Girl Scouts.
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How to use girl guide in a sentence
Apparently the young English girl guide had understood and accepted the circumstances.The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest | Margaret Vandercook
But Ruth Fielding suddenly realized what the girl guide meant.Ruth Fielding In the Saddle | Alice B. Emerson
The great advantage of a girl-guide is that she takes you to the right place and you can rest on the way.Through the Land of the Serb | Mary Edith Durham
British Dictionary definitions for Girl Guide
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