scout around (for someone or something)

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scout around (for someone or something)

To search, inspect, or look around an area (for someone or something). I've been scouting around for a suitable plot of land to build our house, but it's been tough finding one. Scout around the yard to see if you can find my lost ring.
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scout around (for someone or something)

to look around for someone or something. I don't know who would do a good job for you, but I'll scout around for a likely candidate. You stay here. I'll scout around.
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scout around

v.
To go from place to place searching: I'll scout around and see if I can find a place to build our campfire. The reporter went to the party to scout around for some gossip.
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"Trials will be conducted under the guidance of Pakistan Football Federation team as coaches will be provided by the federation who will assist Luis Rodriguez to scout around for the talented individuals," he added.
The trials will be conducted under the guidance of PFF team as coaches will be provided by the federation, who will assist Rodriguez to scout around for the talented individuals.
"I think that you'll find lots of visits from sporting teams, you'll have every World Cup potential qualifying team sending advanced parties to scout around for hotels and training grounds.
'I will sustain the BFRAV medical responders until the end of the month of May, to give me time to scout around for sponsors for the next six (6) months.
Now the absence of a US name has prompted NBC and SyCo to scout around for homegrown judges.
So, it's time to check out countries as they clock up the final few miles on the journey to Brazil 2014, scout around for the in-form players - and have a flutter on the World Cup qualifiers.
THERE'S no need to scout around for reasons to celebrate in Hartburn.
LDP THERE are some easy targets around for the coalition's savings axe, as ministers scout around for suitable sacrifices, in advance of the comprehensive spending Review to be announced on October 20.
They would scout around for inexpensive accommodation, he said, but the city did not have enough of it.
I had a scout around for her car, but it was nowhere, so I suppose she was taken there by the man she was talking to.
Last January O'Neill had to scout around for a loan keeper in Kiraly who played half-a-dozen games including Manchester United in a tough FA Cup Third Round tie.
"Christmas 2006 saw an unprecedented number of retailers offering 'internet prices in store' - proving they recognise that consumers scout around for details, deals, prices and reviews online before they even think of visiting a shop.
Because as car buyers scout around for the most efficient engines in order to squeeze the max from the fuel tank, the car makers are being forced to invest massively in research just to keep abreast of trends.
Coventry, bless it, doesn't get much of a look-in when casting directors scout around for drama locations - possibly something to do with the bombed-out and not-very-aesthetically-pleasing reconstructed city centre.
It plans to expand its software and support services business in the US, while at the same time taking the chance to letting it "scout around for acquisition opportunities" Talwar said.