Main meanings of scouter in English

: scouter1Scouter2

scouter1

Pronunciation /ˈskaʊtə/

noun

See scout

‘All the stalls had such scouters who would at times even cling on to your clothes, in an attempt to lure you into buying their absolutely undesirable concoctions.’
  • ‘Most of those in the off-stage audience were handed invitations by scouters who scoped the city for folks with ‘the look’.’
  • ‘The thin circles are patrols, the thicker squares are scouters, the large ovals are divisions, and the rectangles are squadrons.’
  • ‘On January 28, 2005, according to St. Jean, he became the highest-ranking and longest-serving professional scouter in the history of the BSA to be fired.’
  • ‘My scouter tells me all of you all have exceptional power levels.’

Main meanings of Scouter in English

: scouter1Scouter2

Scouter2

Pronunciation /ˈskaʊtə/

noun

  • An adult leader in the Scout Association.

    • ‘As a dedicated Scouter, he ably proved that he was prepared to help other people at all times.’