from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To let saliva run from the mouth; drivel.
- intransitive v. Informal To make an extravagant show of appreciation or desire.
- intransitive v. Informal To talk nonsense.
- transitive v. To let run from the mouth.
- n. Saliva.
- n. Informal Senseless talk; drivel.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to secrete saliva in anticipation of food
- v. to secrete saliva upon seeing something nice
- v. to talk nonsense
- n. saliva trickling from the mouth
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To drivel, or drop saliva.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To slaver, as an infant; drivel; drop saliva.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. pretentious or silly talk or writing
- n. saliva spilling from the mouth
- v. be envious, desirous, eager for, or extremely happy about something
- v. let saliva drivel from the mouth
ST tends to do that although I think it is more for brevity than anything else .... piracer: That looks like Matsusaka beef, no? chocolate reindeer: * drool drool drool*
I think what saves this movie from drowning in its own drool is that it's played for laughs, rather than treat it like a suspenseful corporate espionage film.
The drool is coming out of both sides of their mouth.
You can tell because drool is coming out of both sides of his mouth.
Model Gisele Bundchen's first post-pregnancy photo shoot for Colcci shows the Brazilian stunner in drool-worthy shape only six-and-a-half weeks after giving birth to her son Benjamin.
She keeps talking, and talking until your eyes dim and you start to drool from the mind-numbing nonsense that fall from her mouth.
If drool is coming out of both sides of his mouth.
A little drool is not too much to tolerate from her. much love
Think of it: you get this little chunk of animal, and then you have to figure out which of it is that animal and which of it is bacteria, viruses, the drool from the thing that killed and ate it, the bugs and things that broke it down after death, or whatever.
Before the festival began, two films on my scorecard were already particularly covered in drool: the Man From London and Secret Sunshine.
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