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Correct spelling:
To advise against; to deter by advice or persuasion.
dissuade (verb)
intimidate, prevent, daunt, ban, dishearten, discourage, inhibit, bar, dampen, derail, check, deflect, divert, admonish, chill, avert, restrain, disincline, deter, depress.
de-motivate (verb)
paralyze, disincline, deter, frustrate, daunt, impede, de-motivate, dampen, stifle, curb, throttle, discourage, hinder, hamper, dishearten, depress.
deject (verb)
disincline, deter, daunt, dampen, dismay, deject, dishearten.
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Examples of usage:
  1. He spoke with an assumption of carelessness as if expecting her to dissuade him. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  2. He listened attentively, and made attempt to dissuade her. no - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  3. There is absolutely nothing in the science to dissuade the rich man from spending his wealth generously and yet wisely. - "Political economy", W. Stanley Jevons.

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