Antonyms for dissuaded

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I gathered that one experience had dissuaded him from this opinion.

The family would have dissuaded him from an attempt to return to the fells, but he was resolved.

He dissuaded his own compatriots abroad from returning to Holland.

But Nanakin dissuaded her and said, 'It cannot be done; he is too great a man for me to kill.

Apiarians dissuaded from more than tripling their stocks in a year.

Beatrice would have dissuaded him, but he would take no refusal.

His mother, a feeble person, wished to keep him at home, but Herbert dissuaded her.

But Farnborough was not to be dissuaded from seeing humour in the situation.

But Tim, who was in a very cheerful and expansive mood, refused to be dissuaded.

He dissuaded me from this, sticking to it that I should have no chance of ducks, and urging other reasons.