Roget's Thesaurus: Entry 616 (Dissuasion)

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#616. Dissuasion. -- N. dissuasion, dehortation[obs], expostulation, remonstrance; deprecation &c. 766.

discouragement, damper, wet blanket; disillusionment, disenchantment.

cohibition &c. (restraint) 751[obs]; curb &c. (means of restraint) 752; check &c. (hindrance) 706.

reluctance &c. (unwillingness) 603; contraindication.

V. dissuade, dehort[obs], cry out against, remonstrate, expostulate, warn, contraindicate.

disincline, indispose, shake, stagger; dispirit; discourage, dishearten; deter; repress, hold back, keep back &c. (restrain) 751; render averse &c. 603; repel; turn aside &c. (deviation) 279; wean from; act as a drag &c. (hinder) 706; throw cold water on, damp, cool, chill, blunt, calm, quiet, quench; deprecate &c. 766.

disenchant, ,disillusion, deflate, take down a peg, pop one's balloon, prick one's balloon, burst one's bubble; disabuse (correction) 527a.

Adj. dissuading &c. v.; dissuasive; dehortatory[obs], expostulatory[obs]; monitive|, monitory.

dissuaded &c. v.; admonitory; uninduced &c. (induce &c. 615); unpersuadable &c. (obstinate) 606; averse &c. (unwilling) 603; repugnant &c. (dislike) 867.