verbrace-bait·ed, race-bait·ing, race-baits also race·bait·ed or race·bait·ing or race·baits
To arouse the prejudice or fears of one racial group regarding another, especially as a political tactic.
- To attack (another) on racial grounds, as for being a racist or for inciting racial prejudice.
- To arouse the prejudices or fears of (one racial group) regarding another.
(third-person singular simple present race-baits, present participle race-baiting, simple past and past participle race-baited)
- To engage in race baiting