Definition of dissuader in US English:

dissuader

noun

  • See dissuade

    • ‘The entrance is in both cases delimited by a dissuader formed by an elongated bar of a semi-circular shape.’
    • ‘That didn't seem like much of a dissuader, so when I saw the album cover in the new releases I was intrigued.’
    • ‘In 40 percent of the cases, the dissuader was a parent, but teachers and employers accounted for 20 percent of the dissuaders.’