Definition of Dissuades

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dissuade) ¹



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Definition of Dissuades

1. dissuade [v] - See also: dissuade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissuades

dissonate
dissonated
dissonates
dissonating
dissorophid
dissorophids
disspermous
disspirit
disspirited
disspiriting
disspirits
dissuade
dissuaded
dissuader
dissuaders
dissuades (current term)
dissuading
dissuasion
dissuasions
dissuasive
dissuasively
dissuasiveness
dissuasory
dissunder
dissundered
dissundering
dissunders
dissyllabic
dissyllabification
dissyllabifications

Literary usage of Dissuades

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1. Memoirs of a Huguenot Family by James Fontaine, James Maury (1853)
"... dissuades from Emigration— Interview with him—Gloomy Forebodings—Departure of Protestants—Dragoons appear—I leave Home—Visit Sisters—Traverse the ..."

2. A Concordance to the Works of Alexander Popeby Edwin Abbott by Edwin Abbott (1875)
"See life d. vegetate again EM Щ. 16 Dissonance. Dennis and D., and captious Art D. ii. 239 dissuades. Tho' this his Son dt and that his Wife D. ii. ..."

3. A Life of Washington by James Kirke Paulding (1835)
"... dissuades Congress from attacking Canada. THE sun of liberty seemed now slowly emerging from the dark cloud in which it had been enveloped, ..."

4. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1903)
"... Belloni urges another invasion of Paris ; Liszt dissuades.—Dresden revives the opera; the King's intentions? Wagner's indifference; his prohibition of ..."

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