Definition of Seascout

1. a boy scout trained in water activities [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seascout

searer
searest
searing
searing iron
searingly
searings
searlesite
searlesites
searness
searobin
searobins
sears
seas
seascape
seascapes
seascout (current term)
seascouts
sease
seased
seases
seashell
seashells
seashore
seashore mallow
seashores
seasick
seasicker
seasickness
seasicknesses
seaside

Literary usage of Seascout

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Community Boy Leadership: A Manual for Scout Executives by Boy Scouts of America (1922)
"seascout SHIPPING BOARD With the advice and approval of the Executive Board, the President shall appoint at least three representative citizens, ..."

2. Who's who and why in After-war Education by Institute for Public Service, New York (1921)
"In sugar securities wrk, Honolulu, Hawaii; b, 5-27-68; reorg scouts In Hawaii '11-47; chief seascout '18, headed up seascout Intelligence for 3d naval dlst; ..."

3. Who's who and why in After-war Education by Institute for Public Service, New York (1921)
"5-27-68; reorg scouts In Hawaii '11-47; chief seascout '18, headed up seascout Intelligence for 3d naval diet; org seagoing branch of Boy Scouts of Amer; ..."

4. Educational Survey of Elizabeth City, North Carolina: Summary of Conclusions by United States Bureau of Education (1921)
"Our merchant marine languishes for lack of instructed seamen. It is not a far cry to the time when boys who have followed the seascout program will be ..."

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