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verb as in drivel

verb as in salivate

verb as in desire, lust after

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Example Sentences

The rabbit-sized rodents dribble and lick the toxic drool into their long rat fluff for a weaponized hairdo.

Visionaries and geniuses die drooling, just like everybody else.

[T]his is not a book review—it is an act of drooling voyeurism.

“When I start drooling on the air, I'll know to stop,” he said.

Boys will be boys, whether drooling over and chasing girls or boys.

Drooling over such luxury was supposed to result in a cathexis of the Ralph Lauren label.

He halted a step or two into the open, his round head swinging from side to side, spittle drooling from his gaping mouth.

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

He could fancy these teeth stripping the flesh from his body, gnawing at his bones with drooling jaws.

A dozen yards from him lay the big Dane, his huge jaws drooling in anticipation of the unusual feast which McGill was preparing.

Two cubs sat near by, watching operations with great interest, their round ears up-cocked, their jaws drooling expectantly.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drooling, such as: salivate, dribble, slobber, slaver, water at the mouth, and lick one's chops.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.