Definition of Teetotallers

1. Noun. (plural of teetotaller) ¹



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Definition of Teetotallers

1. teetotaller [n] - See also: teetotaller

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teetotallers

teethlike
teethly
teethridge
teethridges
teetotal
teetotaled
teetotaler
teetotalers
teetotaling
teetotalism
teetotalisms
teetotalist
teetotalists
teetotalled
teetotaller
teetotallers (current term)
teetotalling
teetotally
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teetotum
teetotums
teets
teev
teewit
teewits
tef
teff
teffs
tefibazumab

Literary usage of Teetotallers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1871)
"Dissenters claim the vast majority of teetotallers. I do not wish the Church of England, however, to emulate the narrowness of a certain chapel in Cornwall, ..."

2. Rambles in the United States and Canada During the Year 1845, with a Short by Thomas Horton James (1846)
"New York — Arrival and Pilot—Pilots all teetotallers — Pilots Newspapers—Swampy Coast—Feeling of Disappointment—Erroneous Notions of Englishmen respecting ..."

3. John Bull & Co.: The Great Colonial Branches of the Firm: Canada, Australia by Max O'Rell (1894)
"... Drunkard—Great Feats—Taverns and teetotallers—- Why there are no Cafés in the Colonies—A Philosopher—Why a young English Girl could not get Engaged. ..."

4. Lands of the Slave and the Free: Or, Cuba, the United States, and Canada by Henry Anthony Murray (1855)
"... ten nearly all teetotallers, and I am told they ... a mass, also teetotallers, and that wL^a :L*r kx- sake their temperance colours ther d««i'^«* *zA ..."

5. Some Records of the Later Life of Harriet, Countess Granville by Susan H. Oldfield (1901)
"CHAPTER XXVIII Life at Rushmore—Death of Granville Fullerton—Death of Lord Raglan—Lady Granville at Castle Howard—Great Meeting of teetotallers ..."

6. The Medical Times and Gazette (1861)
"With these facts before us, it ill becomes a practical Profession to be coquetting with the sophistries of the teetotallers. We do not want to become slaves ..."

7. The Temperance Movement and Its Workers: A Record of Social, Moral by Peter Turner Winskill (1892)
"Preston Town-council and Lapsed Licenses — Honours to teetotallers — Meeting in London of Teetotal Mayors — Forty-seventh Conference, British Temperance ..."

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