v. give reduction in price on
v. deduct or subtract from a cost or price; regard with doubt or disbelief
I never discount these books, they sell like hot cakes.
Possible teenage suicide pacts and the potential for traumatizing fear in young children has prompted The NASA to release a video this week discounting theories that the end of the Maya calendar on December 21st, signifies the end of the world.
Sentence in Classic:
On our approaching the house where the Misses Spenlow lived, I was at such a discount in respect of my personal looks and presence of mind, that Traddles proposed a gentle stimulant in the form of a glass of ale.
David Copperfield By Charles Dickens Context