Definition of Discourager

1. n. One who discourages.



Definition of Discourager

1. Noun. One who discourages. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Discourager

1. [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Discourager

discountenance
discountenanced
discountenancer
discountenancers
discountenances
discountenancing
discounter
discounters
discounting
discounts
discourage
discourageable
discouraged
discouragement
discouragements
discourager (current term)
discouragers
discourages
discourageth
discouraging
discouragingly
discoure
discoured
discoures
discouring
discourse
discourse analysis
discourse marker
discourse markers
discoursed

Literary usage of Discourager

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Kindred of the Wild: A Book of Animal Life by Charles George Douglas Roberts (1902)
"Then a small, delicately moving, fine-furred shape, the discourager of quests, darted stealthily forth, and with a bound that was feathery in its blown ..."

2. The Technical World Magazine (1910)
"There has been no occasion to use the tramp discourager, but its presence gives the women folk a sense of security they never knew before. ..."

3. The Vassar Miscellany by Vassar College (1885)
"Besides I am afraid of the discourager of Hesitancy. THROUGH GEORGIA. The March sun shines warmly over the land, as we speed on our way from Jacksonville to ..."

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