dissuasiveness


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dis·sua·sion

 (dĭ-swā′zhən)
n.
The act or an instance of dissuading.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin dissuāsiō, dissuāsiōn-, from dissuāsus, past participle of dissuādēre, to dissuade; see dissuade.]

dis·sua′sive adj.
dis·sua′sive·ly adv.
dis·sua′sive·ness n.
Translations

dissuasiveness

n (of person)Abraten nt; the dissuasiveness of his tonesein abratender Ton; the dissuasiveness of his argumentsseine abratenden Argumente
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