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Synonyms for bait

Synonyms for bait

something that attracts, especially with the promise of pleasure or reward

something that leads one into a place or situation from which escape is difficult

to torment with persistent insult or ridicule

to excite (another) by exposing something desirable while keeping it out of reach

Synonyms for bait

anything that serves as an enticement

something used to lure fish or other animals into danger so they can be trapped or killed

lure, entice, or entrap with bait

Related Words

attack with dogs or set dogs upon

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Once you've determined which color tips are working best on the bait you want, switch to all red or all green.
During the 17 nights baiting, the observations recorded about the bait intake, external and internal pathological symptoms, indicated that coumatetralyl (0.
We have our clients keep their rod tips about 6 inches to a foot above the surface, then slowly lift and drop the rigs to keep the bait moving a little.
However, often commercial protein bait and lure materials are not accessible to farmers due to high cost and/or lack of availability in several regions of the world (Sookar et al.
There were three samples (replicates) for each bait as in Table (2).
When visitors enter Bait Al Zubair, they step into the courtyard of "Bait Al Bagh", which is an Omani word meaning 'a garden with a variety of fruit'.
I have done many baited black bear hunts over the years, and the thought of seeing multiple brown bears at one bait location was overwhelming.
Bait: Power Bait Mice Tails and Magic Dust, Pink Power Bait Eggs.
So Mueller-Warrant worked with ARS plant physiologist Steve Griffith and research leader Gary Banowetz to determine how much--and how quickly--slug bait was being lost to worms.
Before and during the 2012 distribution of baits, the Ohio Department of Health, Wildlife Services, and Ohio local health jurisdictions used print media, television, radio, and the Internet to raise awareness and provide guidance to the public regarding what to do if a bait was found by a person or domestic animal.
The study also showed just over half of respondents topped up the bait every five days, while around four in 10 only baited where infestations were obvious.
The highest production expense in procambarid crawfish (red swamp crawfish, Procambarus clarkii, Girard 1852 and white river crawfish, Procambarus zonangulus, Hobbs and Hobbs 1990) aquaculture is harvesting, often exceeding 50% of annual operating cost, with bait alone accounting for 22-30% of total direct expense (Boucher & Gillespie 2008).
Feces samples were collected at least once per month in all study plots during sampling period 1 before and during the initial phase of bait delivery (November 1999-June 2000), sampling period 2 (July-October 2001), and sampling period 3 (September-December 2003).
VIDA - As the regulatory worm turns, bait fishing may be nearing the end of its line on the upper McKenzie River.