vegan

[ vee-guh n, vey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF vegan

Synonyms for vegan

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“Not to look for trouble,” the Vegan girl said in a frightened voice.

Margot Dennison looked at the frightened Vegan girl and smiled.

The man was wearing Vegan clothes, but he wasn't Bart's father.

"Oh, I didn't mean you in particular," the Vegan said with a negligent wave.

But from what you say, I'd rather be in bed with a rattler than have a treaty with a Vegan.

Just then a Vegan girl, blue-skinned and fantastically wasp-waisted like all her kind, drifted over to Ramsey.

There was a description of himself, a description of the Vegan girl, and a wanted bulletin issued on them.

WORD ORIGIN

1944, from vegetable (n.) + -an; coined by Donald Watson to distinguish those who abstain from all animal products (eggs, cheese, etc.) from those who merely refuse to eat the animals.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VEGAN

herbivore

adjectiveone who only consumes plants
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