Synonyms of 'disincentive'
discouragementDictionary, deterrent, impedimentHigh tax rates may act as a disincentive to working longer hours.
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A damper is a small sheet of metal in a fire, boiler, or furnace that can be moved to increase or reduce the amount of air that enters.
He put a damper on our hopes.
A deterrent is something that prevents people from doing something by making them afraid of what will happen to them if they do it.
They seriously believe that capital punishment is a deterrent.
Thesaurus for disincentive from the Collins English Thesaurus
A disincentive is something which discourages people from behaving or acting in a particular way.