Definition of scouter in US English:



  • See scout

    • ‘Most of those in the off-stage audience were handed invitations by scouters who scoped the city for folks with ‘the look’.’
    • ‘My scouter tells me all of you all have exceptional power levels.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘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.’