nonsmoker


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non·smok·er

 (nŏn′smō′kər)
n.
One who does not smoke tobacco.

nonsmoker

(ˌnɒnˈsməʊkə)
n
1. a person who does not smoke
2. (Railways) a train compartment in which smoking is forbidden
ˌnonˈsmoking adj
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nonsmoker - a person who does not smoke tobaccononsmoker - a person who does not smoke tobacco
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
smoker, tobacco user - a person who smokes tobacco
2.nonsmoker - a passenger car for passengers who want to avoid tobacco smoke
carriage, passenger car, coach - a railcar where passengers ride
Translations

nonsmoker

[ˈnɒnˈsməʊkəʳ] n
a. (person) → non fumatore/trice
I'm a nonsmoker → non fumo
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The study included 103 former smokers with chronic sinusitis and 103 nonsmoker sinusitis patients who completed questionnaires about their symptom severity, use of sinusitis medications, and quality of life.
On each trial, the terms smoker and nonsmoker appeared with a social acceptance or rejection word, and 13 adolescent participants (five smokers and eight nonsmokers) selected either similar or opposite.
The investigators used cohort data to classify each individual as a smoker or a nonsmoker.
15,16] Also in the present study, in the nonsmoker group, females were more than males.
In Wisconsin, for example, a single male nonsmoker, age 30, could pay $468 per year for a plan with a $3,500 annual deductible, a $4,500 out-of-pocket maximum, and a 20 percent coinsurance rate.
These PET (position emission tomography) scans show the concentration of an important enzyme, MAO B, in the internal organs of a smoker and a nonsmoker.
Assessments of hypothetical male and female current smokers, a former smoker, and a nonsmoker revealed that smokers were viewed as less intelligent, creative, independent, conscientious, ambitious, and considerate, as having poorer judgment, and as more hostile than their nonsmoking counterparts.
Regarding smoking status, one inclusionary criterion for our study was to be a nonsmoker and live with nonsmokers; thus smoking is not an important indoor source of particles in these residences.
You are much more likely to get lung cancer than a nonsmoker.
Tukey tests indicated that the only difference which approached statistical significance was that between smokers' judgements of the average smoker and smokers' judgements of the average nonsmoker, (5) For non-smokers, there was a significant difference among their ratings of themselves, the average smoker, and the average non-smoker (F(2,236) = 20.
Expanded support for the rights of the nonsmoker (even from smokers);
Sidestream smoke - which a nonsmoker inhales whenever he's around someone who's smoking - actually has higher concentrations of some harmful compounds than the mainstream smoke inhaled by the smoker.