(often initial capital letters) a member of a scouting program that provides training in boating and other water activities.
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As a sea-scout the waterplane is overwhelmingly superior to the dirigible as events have conclusively proved.Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War|Frederick A. Talbot
British Dictionary definitions for sea scout
a Scout belonging to any of a number of Scout troops whose main activities are canoeing, sailing, etc, and who wear sailors' caps as part of their uniform
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