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dissuasive definition

  • adjective:
    • Tending to dissuade, or divert form a measure or purpose; dehortatory.
    • maintaining dissuade or divert from a measure or purpose; dehortatory.
    • deterring from action
    • maintaining dissuade, or divert form a measure or function; dehortatory.
    • Tending to dissuade or divert from a measure or purpose; dehortatory.
    • deterring from activity
    • looking after dissuade, or divert form a measure or purpose; dehortatory.
    • looking after dissuade or divert from a measure or purpose; dehortatory.
    • deterring from action
  • others:
    • Tending to dissuade or divert from a purpose; dehortatory.
    • maintaining dissuade or divert from a purpose; dehortatory.
    • looking after dissuade or divert from an intention; dehortatory.
  • noun:
    • Argument or guidance utilized to deter one from a measure or purpose; whatever is supposed or tends to divert from any purpose or plan of action.
    • Argument or advice employed to deter one from a measure or function; that which is intended or has a tendency to divert from any purpose or strategy.
    • Argument or advice utilized to deter one from a measure or purpose; whatever is supposed or tends to divert from any function or strategy.
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