Definition of 'non-alcoholic'
Example sentences containing 'non-alcoholic'
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She had a glass of wine and he decided to try a non-alcoholic beer. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It also includes fountain soda and juice and non-alcoholic beer. The Sun (2016)The good news is that there is a wide range of decent low and non-alcoholic wines available if you know where to look. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They gave half of the 60 volunteers beer and the rest non-alcoholic beer. The Sun (2016)That he had a lasting association with a drink that was non-alcoholic was not without irony, given that he was convivial to a fault. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Fuel and non-alcoholic drinks are also cheaper. The Sun (2014)It also includes fountain soda and juice and non-alcoholic beer. The Sun (2016)You'll also get full board and non-alcoholic drinks. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They have to make the food and non-alcoholic drinks last for 21 meals. The Sun (2006)There are non-alcoholic wines, expensive and sweet. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They tried to put non-alcoholic beer in there but it don't come out properly. The Sun (2014)It's like drinking non-alcoholic lager. The Sun (2012)
Definition of non-alcoholic from the Collins English Dictionary
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