Definitions

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  • adj. Being a nondrinker; not drinking alcohol.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ drinking

Examples

  • If anyone needed a health class list of nondrinking activities to do at a party, that guy did.

    Flirting with Disaster

  • According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, between 1982 and 1998 there was a 61 precent drop in young drivers killed in car accidents in which alcohol was involved, even as the number of deaths among nondrinking teen drivers slightly increased.

    Experts debate merit of making drinking age 21

  • Graeme Sharrock , 57, a Chicago real estate investor, is a nonsmoking, nondrinking, athletic vegetarian.

    Hidden Heart Disease

  • A nonsmoking, nondrinking Christian Scientist, he did not head for the Hamptons on the weekend but visited his mother in Barrington, Ill. Yet, physically imposing, radiating a confident forcefulness, he came to stand for the dominating Goldman brand.

    Paulson’s Complaint

  • "" People are sick of dragging their friends home, '' says Cathy Kodama, health-promotions manager at Berkeley, which established the nonsmoking, nondrinking Freeborn Hall this year.

    The Endless Binge

  • For the nondrinking crowd, Arkopharma offers alcohol-free polyphenol pills made from French red-wine extract.

    Periscope

  • “Tenjune has a very strict underage nondrinking policy,” insists a club rep.

    Calum Best Lindsay Lohan Sex Tape Voicemails

  • No way: That there are health returns from nonsmoking, nondrinking and nonbinging is completely consistent with the premises of “Fatso.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Huckabee vs. Moore:

  • “He's not here,” said Pender, just to mess with Maheu, a nondrinking, nonsmoking, crew-cut Mormon.

    The Girls He Adored

  • The method they used for measurement was highly complicated, involving radiographic analysis of a special metabolite of salsolinol, but their findings were simple: Recovering, nondrinking alcoholics had a higher level of salsalinol in their blood than the nonalcoholics.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

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