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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

baitbeɪt(n.)

  1. food, or some substitute, used as a lure in fishing, trapping, etc.

  2. a poisoned lure used in exterminating pests.

  3. an allurement; enticement.

  4. (v.t.)to prepare (a hook or trap) with bait.

    Category: Sport

  5. to lure, as with bait.

  6. to set dogs upon (an animal) for sport.

  7. to torment, esp. with malicious remarks; harass.

  8. to tease.

  9. to feed and water (an animal) during a journey.

  10. (v.i. Archaic.)to stop for food or refreshment during a journey.

Origin of bait:

1150–1200; ME < ON, prob. reflecting both beita to pasture, hunt, chase with dogs or hawks (ult. causative of bīta to bite ) and beita fish bait

bait′er(n.)

Wiktionary

  1. baiter(Noun)

    Agent noun of bait; one who baits, as with a fishhook.

  2. baiter(Noun)

    A troll who deliberately posts aggravating messages on a message board to elicit responses.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Baiter(noun)

    one who baits; a tormentor

Anagrams of baiter

  1. barite

  2. tiebar

  3. terbia

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