Synonyms for drooling

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It doesn't sound natural, but you certainly seem to know what you're drooling about.

Harkaman was drooling over the mass of historical material he had found.

Belchy's ogle had been of the straightforward, loose-lipped, drooling variety.

It was the thought of ending my days as a drooling, mewling infant—or worse!

As a result of the latter we see wetting, soiling and drooling.

He read it slowly, with a movement of his lips and a drooling of tobacco-juice.

It's a wonder the drooling ward didn't break down while I was in hospital.

They tumbled him aboard, where he lay in an insensate heap, drooling spit and making incoherent, bubbling noises.

Both of them stared into that opening, drooling a little, the same eagerness in their pose as they had displayed when hunting.

She had a general recollection of being stiff, having her head raised, and of soiling and drooling, but could not account for it.