nonswimmer

nonswimmer

(ˌnɒnˈswɪmə)
n
a person who cannot swim
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non•swim•mer

(nɒnˈswɪm ər)

n.
a person or animal that does not swim or cannot swim well.
[1930–35]
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She is among a host of celebrities hoping to erase the stigma of being a nonswimmer in Channel 4 show Sink or Swim in support of Stand Up To Cancer.
He was described as being a physically fit nonswimmer, adding: "At the time of the accident, he was wearing casual clothing under his oilskins.
I took part in the SeaVenture underwater walking experience, and being a nonswimmer the idea of being submerged under water on the floor of a giant lagoon filled me with fear.
Kasey's mum Freda had already warned her nonswimmer daughter not to go near the water.
nonswimmer who would have almost certainly worn an available life jacket
A sixteen-year-old boy nonswimmer was hospitalized after drowning in cold river water.
He has gone from being a complete nonswimmer to being a champion in the pool.
One of Fletch's classic theories of management, oft quoted by the Directors & Boards editor, was this: "The best-motivated person is a 5-foot, 10-inch nonswimmer in 6 feet of water." He died in 2009 at the age of 91.
He smiled, clueless as a nonswimmer without a lifejacket wandering into a rip current.
The Farouk eventually sank and, luckily for nonswimmer Lockington, he hung on to floating debris until he was picked up by a motor launch.
108 nonswimmer: 20 Any Swimmers, 1 .52 (0.96, vomiting OR days with EN 2.4) three loose < 35 CFU: stools/24 hr 77 OR nausea Nonswimmer: with 59 Difference stomachache ( > 35 or that vs.