Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissuasiveness
Literary usage of Dissuasiveness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Woman in the Rain: And Other Poems by Arthur Stringer (1907)
"... As fire eats clean the autumn mountain-side; For all this sweet sad-eyed dissuasiveness Endears like dew the flower of final love! ..."
2. Snapshots from the North Pacific by W. Ridley (1904)
"... of dissuasiveness. She said, ' 'Tis madness;' they said, ' You ought not to think of such a thing.' She said, ' Don't go ; " they said, ' Wait a little ..."