A man who's been wounded in the head, and isn't a teetotaller, is done for.
Then, as if to escape the subject, was her Uncle Nicholas as rabid a teetotaller as ever?
He excused himself from joining us as being “almost a teetotaller.”
I'm a non-drinker, a teetotaller, a pop-lapper, an' a grape-juice swizzler!
Owen, being a teetotaller, did not spend any of his money on drink; but he spent a lot on what he called 'The Cause'.
Dear me, if I was not a teetotaller I should imagine I was drunk.
Up to the age of twenty-six she had been a teetotaller, and did not know what the taste of drink was.
On my inviting him to take a glass of wine, he declares himself a teetotaller.
He had signed the pledge, and wore the blue ribbon of a teetotaller: he was nothing if not showy.
"A teetotaller is so often called a fanatic in England," Mary said.