ovolactovegetarian

ovolactovegetarian

/ovo·lac·to·veg·e·tar·i·an/ (o″vo-lak″to-vej″ĕ-tar´e-an)
1. one whose diet is restricted to vegetables, dairy products, and eggs, eschewing other foods of animal origin.
2. pertaining to ovolactovegetarianism.
3. one who practices ovolactovegetarianism.

o·vo·lac·to·veg·e·tar·i·an

(ō'vō-lakt'ō-vej-ĕ-tar'ē-ăn)
One whose diet contains vegetables, eggs, and dairy products.
See also: vegetarian, vegan
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