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When do you use this phrase?

'Scouts honor'.

When do you use this phrase in a daily life?

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Culture

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    When you tell someone something that they doubt, saying "Scout's honor" is a way of emphasizing that you're telling the truth. It's sometimes accompanied by holding up three fingers of your right hand(thumb and little finger down). In the Boy Scouts one of the the tenets of the group is that a Scout always tells the truth.

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