Definition of Teetotalers

1. Noun. (plural of teetotaler) ¹



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Definition of Teetotalers

1. teetotaler [n] - See also: teetotaler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teetotalers

teethers
teethes
teething
teething ring
teething rings
teething troubles
teethings
teethless
teethlike
teethly
teethridge
teethridges
teetotal
teetotaled
teetotaler
teetotalers (current term)
teetotaling
teetotalism
teetotalisms
teetotalist
teetotalists
teetotalled
teetotaller
teetotallers
teetotalling
teetotally
teetotals
teetotum
teetotums
teets

Literary usage of Teetotalers

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1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1886)
"... whose friends had, with one consent, turned teetotalers," and likened his position to that "of a hand-loom weaver when the new machinery was introduced. ..."

2. John Bull & Co.: The Great Colonial Branches of the Firm: Canada, Australia by Max O'Rell (1894)
"... the Audience a Lecture on Waterloo—A Jolly Fellow—Pater Fam- ilias on the Spree—An Ingenious Drunkard—Great Feats —Taverns and teetotalers—Why there are ..."

3. Ten Years in the United States: Being an Englishman's View of Men and Things by David W. Mitchell (1862)
"... of Climate on White Men—Victuals—Cookery—Lager Beer—Hint to teetotalers—How to Travel—Social Amusements—" Jogging Along "— Complexion—The Church. ..."

4. Smoking and Drinking by James Parton (1868)
"alcohol than of any other chemical fluid, — if there is any approach to certainty respecting it, — we owe it chiefly to the teetotalers, because it is they ..."

5. The Island of Nantucket: What it was and what it is : Being a Complete Index by Edward K. Godfrey (1882)
"... the second, the teetotalers, who smiled when the moderator announced, Yes, 106, No, 196! and the " woman's-righters," who were perfectly convulsed with ..."

6. The Proceedings of the World's Temperance Convention: Held in London, August by Thomas Beggs (1846)
"Pledged teetotalers, 150000. The custom of making intoxicating drinks the medium of expressing courtesy, has, to a great extent, been abolished, ..."

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