Definition of Dissuader

1. n. One who dissuades; a dehorter.

Definition of Dissuader

1. Noun. One who dissuades. ¹

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Definition of Dissuader

1. [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissuader

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

Literary usage of Dissuader

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

1. The Royal Phraseological English-French, French-English Dictionary by John Charles Tarver (1845)
"Nothing could dissuade him /rom it, rien ne pourrait l'en dissuader. ... He had been an earnest dissuader of the match, il s'était chaudement prononcé ..."

2. The French Verb: Its Conjugation and Idiomatic Use by Charles Fletcher Martin (1910)
"L'association s'est dissoute. The partnership has dissolved. dissuader (tr.). To dissuade. dissuader quelqu'un de quelque chose, de faire quelque chose. ..."

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