Antonyms for drinker

Grammar : Noun
Spell : dring-ker
Phonetic Transcription : ˈdrɪŋ kər

Definition of drinker

Origin :
  • Old English drincere, agent noun from drink (v.). Specifically of consumers of alcoholic beverages from c.1200.
  • noun tippler
Example sentences :
  • There was a great gurgling and sucking in the darkness, followed by a gasp from the drinker.
  • Extract from : « Micah Clarke » by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Boche told of a carpenter he had known who had been a drinker of absinthe.
  • Extract from : « L'Assommoir » by Emile Zola
  • I dare say he is like his name—one of your father's cronies—a drinker and a swearer.
  • Extract from : « The Carpenter's Daughter » by Anna Bartlett Warner
  • He was not a drinker at home, but in his discontent and disappointment he was tempted.
  • Extract from : « The Young Miner » by Horatio Alger, Jr.
  • Very well, the lawyer will taste the wine, but I am no drinker.
  • Extract from : « Debts of Honor » by Maurus Jkai
  • Here is one, told to illustrate the cleverness of a drinker.
  • Extract from : « As A Chinaman Saw Us » by Anonymous
  • Its virtue depends, they say, on the drinker filling it himself; so you must learn to milk.
  • Extract from : « Eight Cousins » by Louisa M. Alcott
  • At home he was not a drinker and a rough; only amid the hardships and perils of the field.
  • Extract from : « The Brigade Commander » by J. W. Deforest
  • If "the pearl" broke and began to slide, the drinker was "sconced."
  • Extract from : « The Works of Lord Byron » by Lord Byron
  • Now, it is known to all the countryside that Boyd Connoway is no drinker.
  • Extract from : « The Dew of Their Youth » by S. R. Crockett

Synonyms for drinker

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