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strict vegetarian

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

strict vegetarian (plural strict vegetarians)

  1. A person who excludes all animal products from their diet, including animal flesh, dairy, eggs, and honey.
    • 2006, David Q Thomas et al., Physical Activity & Health, Jones & Bartlett 2006, p. 143:
      There are a variety of ways to be a vegetarian, ranging form being a strict vegetarian, eating no animal products of any kind, to being one who eats certain types of animal products.

AdjectiveEdit

strict vegetarian (not comparable)

  1. A diet which excludes all animal products, including animal flesh, dairy, eggs, and honey.

Usage notesEdit

Sometimes distinguished from vegan on grounds of motivation, veganism typically being inspired by support for animal rights.