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Drool   /drul/   Listen

(past & past part. drooled; pres. part. drooling)
Be envious, desirous, eager for, or extremely happy about something.  Synonym: salivate.
Let saliva drivel from the mouth.  Synonyms: dribble, drivel, slabber, slaver, slobber.

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"Drool" Quotes from Famous Books

... began to talk about something I was reading, to let him down easy and to open him up wider, for I was anxious to burrow into the mystery and dig exploration shafts in all directions. As he seemed to close again, I allowed my comment to drool off into a hum, and then looked up short in a way to send his ideas from mark-time to a ...
— Cupid's Middleman • Edward B. Lent

... good words, Sedgwick," said Mr. Thompson approvingly. "The word I had on my tongue was—balderdash. But your thought was happier. Balderdash is a vague and shapeless term. It conjures up no definite vision. But drivel and drool—very excellent words." ...
— Copper Streak Trail • Eugene Manlove Rhodes

Words linked to "Drool" :   bunk, saliva, cant, spittle, meaninglessness, slang, patois, vernacular, jargon, nonsensicality, nonsense, spit, covet, hokum, lingo, argot

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