Boy-scout meaning

(slang, often pejorative) A person, especially a politician, who is idealistic and naive.
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A member of a worldwide organization of young men and boys, founded in England in 1908 for character development and citizenship training.
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A person adhering to traditional values.
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(slang) A man whose attitudes and behavior are morally upright and often naive.
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(informal) A man or boy regarded as being excessively proper, conscientious, sportsmanlike, etc.
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A member of the Boy Scouts, a worldwide boys' organization, founded in England (1908), that stresses character, citizenship, outdoor life, and service to others; specif., a member of the division of Boy Scouts of America (1910) for boys eleven to seventeen years of age.
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