Quitter, kwit′ėr, n. a fistulous sore on the quarters or the heel of the coronet of a horse's hoof. And yet, if he wasn't a quitter, what was the matter with him? "I knew youse couldn't be a quitter and John Beaudry's son," he continued. He was no quitter, he told himself fiercely; he could stand up and take his punishment like a man.
Quitters can experience any combination of irritability, anxiety, depression, sweating, headaches, insomnia, confusion, cramps and weight gain. Quitters had significantly improved when the study compared their state just after quitting to one year later on many symptoms of nicotine withdrawal syndrome.
quitter - a person who gives up too easily. individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do". abdicator - one who formally relinquishes an office or responsibility.
— Eric Morath, WSJ, 11 Sep. 2018 Audtakorn Sutarmjam / EyeEm Getty Images/EyeEm The saying is that nobody likes a quitter. — Brittany Shoot, Fortune, 10 July 2018 But when looked at per successful quitter, the cash programs cost less than e-cigarettes or traditional methods. — Washington Post, 23 May 2018