Synonyms for abstainer
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : ab-stey-ner|
|Phonetic Transcription : æbˈsteɪ nər|
Définition of abstainerOrigin :
- mid-15c., "one who practices self-denial," agent noun from abstain.
- noun teetotaler
- And is not total abstinence the only safe side for the abstainer himself?
- Extract from : « The Hero of the Humber » by Henry Woodcock
- You have always, then, been an abstainer since you came to the colony?
- Extract from : « Frank Oldfield » by T.P. Wilson
- The abstainer, like the Nazirite, is his own witness, his own judge.
- Extract from : « The Expositor's Bible:The Book of Numbers » by Robert A. Watson
- The bishop asked me the other day whether I was an abstainer.
- Extract from : « The Bishop's Apron » by W. Somerset Maugham
- "All right," said the major, regarding an abstainer with disfavour.
- Extract from : « Command » by William McFee
- The master then, being an abstainer, should also give some care to his diet.
- Extract from : « Scientific American Supplement, No. 832, December 12, 1891 » by Various
- Again we had the bottle between us, but Reverdy was an abstainer.
- Extract from : « Children of the Market Place » by Edgar Lee Masters
- The brandy I did not touch, for I have been an abstainer from my birth.
- Extract from : « The Island of Doctor Moreau » by H. G. Wells
- He has taken ale or porter at times, "under doctor's counsel," but in general he has been an "abstainer."
- Extract from : « The Crow's Nest » by Clarence Day, Jr.
- The French abstainer makes less fuss; the French drinker gives less offence.
- Extract from : « Eugenics and Other Evils » by G. K. Chesterton
Antonyms for abstainer
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