EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DROOL
He was healthy and enormous, but his mom still wiped his drool.
Everybody does go batty that's high-brow and studies and all that drool.
Drool, old boy, drool all you like if it makes a difference.
She constantly held saliva in her mouth, though she did not often drool.
The unfamiliar wetness at the corners of his mouth was drool.
The fortunes such men as Maundering and Piffle and Drool made!
And Maundering, Piffle and Drool had long since cornered the romance market.
"Say drool," he says, which means "Its funny" only it wasnt and he didnt mean it that way, but the other way.
He passed his light over to Alan, who took it, unmindful of the drool on the handle.
His imagination gave it life, so that the obscene lips smirked, and almost seemed to drool.
1802, apparently a dialectal variant or contraction of drivel. Related: Drooled; drooling. The noun is from 1860s.