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slabber

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  • as inwooden
  • as inslobber
  • as insalivate
  • as indrool

synonyms for slabber

  • board
  • clapboard
  • frame
  • ligneous
  • log
  • peg
  • plant
  • slab
  • timber
  • timbered
  • woody
See also synonyms for: slabbered / slabbering / slabbers
  • froth
  • drip
  • drivel
  • salivate
  • slaver
  • dribble
  • water at the mouth
  • froth
  • run
  • spit
  • water
  • drivel
  • ooze
  • slaver
  • dribble
  • slobber
  • water at the mouth
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antonyms for slabber

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  • bending
  • flexible
  • pliable
  • pour
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      How to use slabber in a sentence

      In modern French bave means "drivel," "slabbering," and the verb baver "to slabber," but the bib is now called bavette.
      CHARACTER SKETCHES OF ROMANCE, FICTION AND THE DRAMA, VOL 1THE REV. E. COBHAM BREWER, LL.D.
      Dana, speaking of the language of the Californian Indians, described it as "brutish" and "a complete slabber."
      A TRUTHFUL WOMAN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIAKATE SANBORN
      The large solid cake is cut with wires by hand or by a slabber into slabs of any desired size.
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      WORDS RELATED TO SLABBER

      • dribble
      • drivel
      • froth
      • ooze
      • run
      • slabber
      • slaver
      • slobber
      • spit
      • water
      • water at the mouth
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