- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deter.
“Showing how much it pays off doesn't deter poaching, showing what a deep pile of crap you'd be in deters it.”
“This accessory is a sure-shot wishlist item because the hefty $35 price tag deters me; but incase anyone wants to gift this ...”
“She had not her heart filled with one definite scheme of work and usefulness, such as deters the trifling and designing. ”
“Whether a ban deters young people from smoking is fiercely contested.”
“Without a cage to protect her, Nyad relied on equipment surrounding her with an electrical field that is harmless but deters most sharks.”
“Philippine President Benigno Aquino III last week praised a strong U.S. naval presence in the region, which he said deters aggression and ensures freedom of navigation.”
“A City Council analysis suggests fingerprinting deters more than 20,000 eligible people in the city.”
“We are losing the technilogical edge that deters China from subjegating its neighbors.”
“Malmon hopes that Send Silence Packing encourages students to talk about suicide and ultimately deters tragedies by creating a more supportive environment.”
“The ginger plant, with its aromatic flowers, serves as a natural anti-pest barrier, which deters little critters.”
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