from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who does not drink alcoholic beverages.
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- n. One who does not drink alcohol; a teetotaler
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- n. a person who refrains from drinking intoxicating beverages
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It was a question only a nondrinker could have raised.
Villa -- a nondrinker despite his freewheeling sexual exploits -- called Huerta el borrachito ( "the little drunkard") while Huerta caustically referred to Villa as "the honorary general."
An “adamant nondrinker,” he hated Chinese cuisine and, on being invited to a presidential banquet, took along a loaf of bread to eat.
If they happen to a nondrinker, you have to at least assume they're going to start out thinking the absolute worst about you.
She explains: For the first time ever, I think, I was really honest about who I actually was and what I wanted: bookish, professional, a nondrinker.
It was a must that he be a nondrinker, a nonsmoker, and a complete vegetarian.
The Utah liquor commission's chairman, a nondrinker named Sam Granato, said the commission is responding to a demographic shift.
View Slideshow According to his MySpace page, the 41-year-old San Bruno, California, resident is single, a Sagittarius, a nonsmoker and nondrinker, and counts an online stripper among his six friends.
It was shown that: (1) the level of the TIQ salsolinol increases significantly in the urine of the moderate drinker of alcohol in comparison to the nondrinker;14 and (2) following the ingestion of similar amounts of alcohol, the amount of urinary output of a variety of TIQs increases more in the alcoholic than in the nonalcoholic.15
The profile page features nine photographs of Biryukova and describes her as 30 years old, a nonsmoker and nondrinker who can "speak fluent Russian, Ukrainian and English" and lives in Redmond.