decoy

(redirected from decoying)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

decoy

noun allure, allurement, ambush, attraction, bait, blind, camouflage, deception, disguise, diversion, imitation, inducement, inlex, inveiglement, simulation, trap, trick
Associated concepts: entrapment
See also: bait, betray, cloak, deceive, deception, delude, ensnare, entice, entrap, fake, illude, inveigle, lure, maneuver, mislead, ruse, trick

DECOY. A pond used for the breeding and maintenance of water-fowl. 11 Mod. 74, 130; S. C. 3 Salk. 9; Holt, 14 11 East, 571.

References in periodicals archive ?
Join Editor Christian Berg and pro howhunter John Dudley as they discuss deer decoying tactics in the latest episode of Petersen's BOWHUNTING Radio.
Decoying works aspecially well with two hunters working as a team one spotting and handling the decoy as the other does the shooting"
Schell has a different take on decoying, and it results from the aspen and sagebrush environment he hunts.
Dropping the decoy at such a delicate moment is, as you might imagine, a decoying no-no.
With all the success I have had in the past with decoying turkeys, I decided to take my decoying to the next level.
If there's a king of the big game decoying movement, it's Mel Dutton (Dept.
You will have to experiment in your own area, because there are no set rules in decoying.
My decoying experiences have been far more positive than negative, and I almost always have a decoy or two in front of me when hunting during the rut.
Opre wasn't set to arrive with his camera crew until Monday night, giving McPherson and I a full day in the field to test his antelope decoying methods.