English words and Examples of Usage

use "discourage" in a sentence

What's the most effective way to discourage cyber crime across Britain?

Exercise pumps oxygen into tissues, which could discourage their growth.

European nations are looking at ways to discourage the large flows of refugees.

If you really, really want to run for president again, no one should discourage you.

The story aspires to teach self-acceptance and to discourage labels and stereotypes.

"Unfortunately, today's decision will only discourage this democratic method of change.

Taboos discourage some speech, but the system of taboos is also maintained through speech.

The United States tries to discourage visits, which it views as unnecessarily provocative.

"The police used brutality to disperse peaceful protesters, but this will not discourage us.

"It seems very important to discourage adolescents from using social media during the night.

We discourage people from entering into a house that's on fire, said BFD Captain Mike Lencioni.

Meanwhile, hefty tariffs - as high as 299 per cent on butter, for example - discourage imports.

Most family physicians won't discourage taking multivitamins because there are few risks.

Countries also wanted to discourage some of the risky behaviour that had helped lead to the crisis.

But the nation’s airlines have opposed the increase, saying it will discourage travelers from flying.

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