A ball bowled to strike the ground about a bat's length in front of the wicket.
positioning a ball where the opponent is tempted (enticed) to shoot at it, usually with great risk to the opponent.
a ball sent somewhere by a player, to try and get the opponent to shoot at it and miss
A shot which places a ball in a position in which the opponent is likely to shoot at it, but at a sufficient distance that the shot will be missed. This shot entices the opponent to shoot at it and if missed, places the opponents ball in a disadvantageous position. Tices are meant to be seductive and more often than not end up with unfortunate results.