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tee·to·tal·er

or tee·to·tal·ler  (tē′tōt′l-ər) also tee·to·tal·ist (-ĭst)
n.
One who abstains completely from alcoholic beverages.

tee·to′tal·ism n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teetotaller - a total abstainer
abstinent, nondrinker, abstainer - a person who refrains from drinking intoxicating beverages

teetotaller

noun abstainer, wowser (Austral. & N.Z. slang), nondrinker He's a strict teetotaller.
Translations
abstinent-ka
afholdsmand
bindindismaîur
abstinent
alkol kullanmayan kimse

teetotaller

teetotaler (US) [ˈtiːˈtəʊtləʳ] N (= person) → abstemio/a m/f

teetotaller

[ˌtiːˈtəʊtər] teetotaler (US) nabstinent(e) m/f

teetotaller

, (US) teetotaler
nAbstinenzler(in) m(f), → Nichttrinker(in) m(f), → Antialkoholiker(in) m(f)

teetotaller

teetotaler (Am) [ˈtiːˈtəʊtləʳ] n (person) → astemio/a

teetotal

(tiːˈtəutl) adjective
never taking alcoholic drink. The whole family is teetotal.
teeˈtotaller , (American) teeˈtotaler noun
a person who is teetotal.
References in classic literature ?
In fact, he was even a teetotaler sometimes-- when it was judicious to be one.
I find that the Count Angelo Capello is opposed to our creed--is a teetotaler, in fact, and was not intending to apply for membership with us.
The husband was a teetotaler, there was no other woman, and the conduct complained of was that he had drifted into the habit of winding up every meal by taking out his false teeth and hurling them at his wife, which, you will allow, is not an action likely to occur to the imagination of the average story-teller.
I am no teetotaler," he explained; "but for the life o' me I canna bide beer or whusky.
He was no teetotaler, and welcomed a stiff nip any time when it was wet work in the boats.
teetotaler, to apprise the barkeeper that wine is a mocker.
Women who consume alcohol may be more likely to develop the skin disorder rosacea than women who are teetotalers, according to a study published April 20,2017 in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
London, Mar 7 (ANI): Female wine drinkers can take heart: A new study has shown that moderate drinkers have a lower risk of obesity than teetotalers.
Not only did the moderate drinkers perform better on object recognition tests than their counterparts, but they also were more popular and got invited to more parties than did either the teetotalers or the sloppy drunks, no doubt due to the moderate drinkers' alcohol-enhanced Trivial Pursuit skills.
The study authors not only found that the moderate drinkers performed better on object recognition tests than those in the other groups, but also were more popular and got invited to more parties than did either the teetotalers or the sloppy drunks, mostly because of their alcohol-enhanced Trivial Pursuit skills.
In a study published recently in the journal Neurology, scientists divided about 1, 000 healthy subjects 65 years and older into three groups--those who reported drinking once a month or more (moderate); once a month or less (minimal); and teetotalers.
Studies have shown that people who drink regularly have a lower risk of heart attacks but a higher risk of bleeding strokes than do teetotalers.