- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dissuade.
“Normally, not even double-coverage dissuades Mr. Manning from throwing the ball in the direction of his five-time Pro Bowl receiver.”
“Lead sponsor Ted Kaufman (D-Del.) said the measure "will help remove the stigma that all-too-often dissuades candidates from taking the responsible step of early transition planning before Election Day.”
“I've had this one for a while too but its size dissuades me time and time again ...”
“The need to take on huge levels of debt dissuades prospective students, and makes life that much harder for graduates trying to find work and start their careers.”
“I think a good review inspires people to buy books more than a bad review dissuades them.”
“A study commissioned by the UK manufacturers' association, the EEF, and the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders argues that the British economy is losing out under a tax break system for R&D that dissuades US-based and loss-making businesses from investing in new products.”
“Molina has won the last two NL Gold Gloves with an arm that dissuades base-stealers from even trying and a devastating pickoff move to first.”
“When a company refuses to allow workers to join together to arbitrate claims, it raises the costs to individual employees, dissuades other employees from following through with their claims, and increases the likelihood that workers will be coerced during the process," said Kimberly Freeman Brown , the executive director of union-advocacy group American Rights at Work.”
“And when this welfare society dissuades people from returning to work or looking for a new job how does this help recovery?”
“Poisoned political rhetoric that dissuades people from voting.”
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