nondairy

non·dair·y

 (nŏn-dâr′ē)
adj.
Containing no milk or dairy products: nondairy coffee creamer.
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non•dair•y

(nɒnˈdɛər i)

adj.
being a substitute for milk or milk products; containing no dairy ingredients: a nondairy creamer.
[1965–70]
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