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Dissuasion vs. Dissuasive

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Dissuasionnoun

the act or an instance of dissuading

Dissuasiveadjective

Tending to dissuade, or divert from a measure or purpose; dehortatory.

Dissuasionnoun

The act of dissuading; exhortation against a thing; dehortation.

‘In spite of all the dissuasions of his friends.’;

Dissuasivenoun

That which dissuades; a disincentive.

Dissuasionnoun

A motive or consideration tending to dissuade; a dissuasive.

Dissuasiveadjective

Tending to dissuade or divert from a measure or purpose; dehortatory; as, dissuasive advice.

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Dissuasionnoun

a communication that dissuades you

Dissuasiveadjective

deterring from action;

‘dissuasive advice’; ‘made a slight dissuasive gesture with her hand’;

Dissuasionnoun

persuasion not to do something; the act of talking someone out of an intended course of action

Dissuasionnoun

influencing someone to desist by argument or reasoning or entreaty

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