So in spite of the dissuasions of the old women he departed.
Your necessities were more potent facts than your dissuasions, I fancy!
A––– and his party had started for Kef, malgré my dissuasions.
Mr. Mulberry added his dissuasions with all the impressiveness of his official uniform and the cubic area of its contents.
Regardless of Bella's dissuasions he ran out, and quickly returned with the new supply.
The dissuasions of Cristofano being thus added to the little desire that Vasari had to stay there, they went off together.
Angela felt a hasty recoil from this false step; she had imagined the dissuasions both Felicias and Maurices.
The Breton captain turned a deaf ear to their dissuasions; on which, failing to touch his reason, they appealed to his fears.
But it had been abandoned under the dissuasions of Alva, who accounted that it would be too costly even if successful.
His present dissuasions seemed but the second part of those which were received with so ill a grace in the morning.