That would mean it would likely be discounted because you voted in the wrong precinct without knowing you were doing so.
It may be that for some Groupon merchants, even a 75 percent discounted sale is thus profitable.
One law-enforcement source says that Hernandez was in fact investigated years ago and discounted as a "lunatic."
The letters of credit were later allegedly sold to a number of banks at discounted rates.
Unfavorable polls, once discounted as the byproduct of an ambitious agenda, were only getting worse — recently much worse.
He discounted twenty-five per cent., owing to a recollection of the green veil and spectacles.
The tales of adventurous explorers, as usual, were discounted.
Take my advice; return the bill to the lady, saying simply that you cannot get it discounted.
Old Hastings was just that sort of person; he discounted himself.
With the unthinking selfishness of a young gay girl, she discounted the strain on the mother's purse and heart.
1620s, "abatement," alteration of 16c. French descompte, from Medieval Latin discomputus (source of Italian disconto), from discomputare (see discount (v.)). Meaning "deduction for early payment" is from 1680s; meaning "reduction in the price of goods" attested by 1837.
1620s, "reckon as an abatement or deduction," from Old French desconter (13c., Modern French décompter), from Medieval Latin discomputare, from dis- (see dis-) + computare "to count" (see count (v.)). Hence, "to abate, deduct" (1650s), and figurative sense "to leave out of account, disregard" (1702). Related: Discounted; discounting.