Scout-out Sentence Examples
If you are looking for unique clothing items, including Christmas gowns, then scout out stores before the sales begin.
They were supposed to get up early so that Alex could help her scout out a trail before church.
We'd better get up if we're going to scout out that trail before we go to church.
Carmen was telling Katie about the new customers and mentioned that the morning storm had interrupted their plans to scout out a trail.
I'll take you up to the mountain to scout out a safe trail.Advertisement
The weekend before her guests were scheduled to arrive, they finally found the time to scout out a trail.
Next, scout out all the big box retailers that carry ammo and food.
You can always scout out malls for discounts at stores like Sunglass Hut and even department stores like Macy's and Dillard's for a good deal.
Going into this mode pauses the game and gives you an overhead shot of the action, allowing you to scout out terrain and find possible flanking routes.
You can scout out a few to identify the ones that seem to have the most positions listed for your field of interest, or schedule time to have a thorough look at each one, applying for jobs as you go.Advertisement
If you're a true fan, you can scout out eBay or even garage sales to see if someone is willing to part with any previous Kenya Moore swimsuit calendars and other paraphernalia.
You probably won't find any daring swimsuits that reveal more than they conceal at your local department store, but scout out beachwear and surf shops for specialty apparel.
There are a number of Christian dating services to choose from, so if you don't find your Mr. or Mrs. Right at one, hop over to another and scout out the profiles there.
Basic items, like backpacks, pens, pencils, rulers and notebooks are on almost every list, making it easy to scout out freebies early.
Stop by any large toy retailer and scout out their selection of teddys until you find one you can't live without.Advertisement
For the thrifty, flea markets and garage sales can be great places to scout out cross stitch patterns and kits, especially those of the vintage variety.