scoutmaster

[skout-mas-ter, -mah-ster]
noun
1.
the leader or officer in charge of a band of scouts.
2.
the adult leader of a troop of Boy Scouts.

Origin:
1570–80; scout1 + master

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scoutmaster (ˈskaʊtˌmɑːstə)
 
n
a former name for Scout Leader

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Example sentences
If you want to add this badge to your collection, be sure to talk to your scoutmaster before you begin.
It's a challenge no scoutmaster could ever have anticipated.
Nor has he lost the look of a large, rather helpless and owlish scoutmaster.
He has served many years as scoutmaster to local troops, national jamboree troops and leadership training courses.
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