My father-in-law, a non-smoker, wandered away to escape the smell.
For the dromedary is not only a strict teetotaler and non-smoker, but a lifelong vegetarian.
Zavilovski, as a non-smoker, remained with the ladies in the drawing-roam.
Miss Dickenson, being a lady and non-smoker, could converse consecutively, as usual.
A friend of his had been dining with a man who was both a teetotaler and a non-smoker.
I found splendid opportunities to help the non-smoker without appearing to "preach."
He is a total abstainer, a non-smoker, and a frequenter of houses of fair reception.
He looks on the non-smoker as selfish if he protests against being nauseated.
Another and greater Victorian, Gladstone, was also a non-smoker.
But the non-smoker is not in need of252 these assistances: it is only the smoker who requires to smoke for these purposes.
also nonsmoker, "person who does not smoke," 1846, in reference to railways. Non-smoking (adj.) is attested from 1891.