Definition of Decoying

1. Verb. (present participle of decoy) ¹



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Definition of Decoying

1. decoy [v] - See also: decoy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decoying

decouple
decoupled
decoupler
decouplers
decouples
decoupling
decouplings
decourous
decoy
decoy-duck
decoy-ducks
decoy cells
decoyed
decoyer
decoyers
decoying (current term)
decoyman
decoymen
decoys
decrease
decreased
decreaseless
decreaser
decreasers
decreases
decreasest
decreaseth

Literary usage of Decoying

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1. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1894)
"Larceny is not committed when property ia taken with the consent of the owner, although inch consent M given for the purpose of decoying and entrapping the ..."

2. Shooting Adventures, Canine Lore and Sea-fishing Trips by Lewis Clements, Wildfowler (1879)
"DUCK decoying IN ABBEVILLE MARSHES, FRANCE.* SOME ten years ago, ... I must here premise that in France the art of decoying is not carried on as we ..."

3. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"Down with secret diplomacy and counter-revolution! Long live peace ! German Methods of decoying Russians Text of an Official Order ..."

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