Definition of Discourage. Meaning of Discourage. Synonyms of Discourage

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Definition of Discourage

Discourage
Discourage Dis*cour"age, n. Lack of courage; cowardliness.

Meaning of Discourage from wikipedia

- deviant and attempts to correct his or her behavior. Punishment is meant to discourage the individual from recidivating. At the military level, the principle...
- In economics, a discouraged worker is a person of legal employment age who is not actively s****ing employment or who does not find employment after long-term...
- Discouraged Ones (stylized discøuraged ønes) is the third full-length album by Katatonia. The album was released on April 27, 1998. This is the last Katatonia...
- "Little Discourage" is a song by Scottish rock band Idlewild, from their 2000 album 100 Broken Windows. It was the first single to be released from the...
- urban design trend in which public spaces are constructed or altered to discourage people from using them in a way not intended by the owner. Also known...
- spirits (e.g. vodka, rum) by roughly one Euro per 275-ml-bottle in order to discourage teenagers drinking excessively, although those drinks were already prohibited...
- eliminated, in an attempt to increase their chances of winning. It also discourages players from requesting a transfer once their team has been eliminated...
- This article lists medical eponyms which have been ****ociated with **** human experimentation or **** politics. While normally eponyms used in medicine...
- focuses on the fictional Templar leader Landry du Lauzon, a brave warrior discouraged by the Templars' failures in the Holy Land who is reinvigorated by news...
- Due to this, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services strongly discourages douching, citing the risks of irritation, bacterial vaginosis, and pelvic...