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scoutcraft

[ skout-kraft, -krahft ]

noun

  1. practice of or skill at scouting. scout. scouting.
  2. skill in the program of activities of the Boy Scouts or the Girl Scouts.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of scoutcraft1

First recorded in 1900–05; scout 1 + craft

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Example Sentences

For ten minutes more, the two were deep in the intricacies of Scoutcraft.

Every activity that lends itself to these aims is good scoutcraft.

In the days of Kiddie's convalescence, Rube learnt many a lesson in scoutcraft; lessons which he hastened to put into practice.

It would be a test in which every faculty of the searcher's scoutcraft would be brought into active exercise.

Who desires to bear the lights which shall lighten the way of this candidate as he enters the mysteries of scoutcraft?

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