Still, standing on the face of treaties, as it does, it deters all evil-disposed parties from interfering with these routes.
Nor does he distinguish between the suffering which improves and the suffering which only punishes and deters.
The stigma that attaches to them, both in law and in fact, deters all but the licentious from resorting to them.
Be vague, colourless, and languid, this deters readers from approaching the book.
The knowledge that virtue is its own reward is what deters many from well doing.
This deters all from complaining, and they are in a state of utter dismay.
A hand laid upon her shoulder startles and deters her from her purpose.
By strangling competition, monopolistic activity prevents or deters investment in new or expanded production facilities.
It is this feeling that deters many men who have passed through years of wild sports from publishing an account of them.
There is about them a faint aroma of usurpation which deters certain princely families from an alliance with them.