teetotaller


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teetotaller

A person who completely abstains from alcohol consumption.
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If we are seriously concerned about the current situation we should ensure that young people are again warned of the dangers and those who are teetotallers should not be ashamed to say so.
I've been a teetotaller all my life ( one drink and I get a massive hangover," said Linda, 53, who is retiring through ill health and will start a new life in Spain, as well as spending more time with her family.
Teetotaller Mr Pete Robinson has hired a student to scrub cars while their owners have a complimentary pint of lager, bitter or cider at the Black Lion Inn in Hilton, Shropshire.
IT WAS quite heartening to read in Our View ( Daily Post, January 20), that Michael Owen is a teetotaller -it's a good example to set our young people.
X Factor stunner Alex knocked back champagne while teetotaller Danny stuck to pineapple juice.
But town councillors have objected to the name because a shopping centre is already named after him and he was a teetotaller.
A roar went up as the cheering crowd spied Moneyglass's favourite son entering the pub, though they soon turned to friendly jeers when the teetotaller went behind the bar to pour a pint, only to spill most of it on the floor.
The teetotaller was in a Liverpool bar until 1am after winning the Mirror-sponsored race.
Welcome the slim, sweet-smelling teetotaller you are about to become.
Now a teetotaller, his method of keeping level is taking time off.
You sound like that other boozer turned miserable teetotaller, Van Morrison, who last year banned fans from drinking at his concerts because their movement was "off-putting".
Teetotaller Coyle enjoyed that, while also giving his old mate John McGinlay some stick for accusing him of taking a drink at his last Wembley triumph, after their Bolton team went up 14 years ago.