a communication that dissuades you
persuading not to do or believe something; talking someone out of a belief or an intended course of action
the act or an instance of dissuading
Origin: dissuasioun, from dissuasion.
the act of dissuading; exhortation against a thing; dehortation
a motive or consideration tending to dissuade; a dissuasive
Origin: [L. dissuasio: cf. F. dissuasion. See Dissuade.]
The numerical value of dissuasion in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of dissuasion in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
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Obviously the presence of ships at sea also means security, deterrence and dissuasion.
We're training our ships and our men, that's all. Our activity has nothing to do with other scenarios, obviously the presence of ships at sea also means security, deterrence and dissuasion.
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