Scouts honor - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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An oath that one is being ingenuous or honest, or will uphold a promise or duty. Alludes to the oath taken by a member of the Scouting movement to be upstanding, trustworthy, and honest. Primarily heard in UK. I swear that I'll behave myself at your brother's wedding, Scout's honour! A: "Are you really telling me the truth about what happened to my car?" B: "Scout's honour!"
Scout's honour used to indicate that you have the honourable standards associated with Scouts, and so will stand by a promise or tell the truth. informal
A Scout is a member of the Scout Association, an organization for boys founded in 1908 by Lord Baden-Powell with the aim of developing their character by training them in self-sufficiency and survival techniques in the outdoors.
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The organization provides a platform that allows young girls to learn numerous leadership skills and we are excited to join GEICO in presenting this special event in the Girl Scouts honor
In the news release, Pasadena Advertising Agency and LA Boy Scouts Honor
Dodgers' Russell Martin, issued earlier today by Pasadena Advertising over PR Newswire, we are advised by the client that all instances of Robert Schuler should be Robb Scoular.
And you Scouts honor
them by living up to the ideals of the scouting they served.
Local Girl Scouts honor
this commitment by sponsoring this collection of much needed items for infants.
Each year, the Girl Scouts honor
and recognize outstanding women in the community who demonstrate courage, confidence and character and who are role models to their peers and to members of the Girl Scouts.
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