Disencouragement

Dis`en`cour´age`ment


n.1.Discouragement.
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It's a matter of principle, not that we get individual donations of pounds 50,000 or more so it doesn't effect us as such, but it seems to be a complete disencouragement for wealthy individuals to give to charities," he said.
Everywhere alert to the forces of destabilization and of disencouragement threatening the embryonic Christian community both from within and from beyond itself, (8) he confirms its equality to every kind of difference, its acknowledgement and accommodation of every kind of office in its indispensability to the whole, and all this in the name of, and for the sake of, a new kind of love-maturity, a bond of affection immune to the destructiveness of this or that passing ideological concern: