dissuade

[v] - turn away from by persuasion
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Dissuade

• (v. t.) To advise or exhort against; to try to persuade (one from a course). • (v. t.) To divert by persuasion; to turn from a purpose by reasons or motives; -- with from; as, I could not dissuade him from his purpose.
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dissuade

deter verb turn away from by persuasion; `Negative campaigning will only dissuade people`
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Dissuade

Dis·suade' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dissuaded ; present participle & verbal noun Dissuading .] [ Latin dissuadere , dissuasum ; dis- + suadere to advise, persuade: confer French dis...
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dissuade

1. To advise or exhort against; to try to persuade (one from a course). 'Mr. Burchell, on the contrary, dissuaded her with great ardor: and I stood neuter.' (Goldsmith) 'War, therefore, open or concealed, alike My voice dissuades.' (Milton) ... 2. To divert by persuasion; to turn from a purpose by reasons or motives; with from; as, I could not diss...
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dissuade

turn away from by persuasion
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