from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of slaver.
- adj. drooling saliva
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Drooling; defiling with saliva.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Peter Baker’s idiocy can be easily written off as just more slavering from the toady leftist New York Times.
All of these skills were acquired not by double-fisting entire Swiss rolls into his slavering jaws but through hard work.
Later still the pursuer resembled a beetle, then a rabbit and finally a slavering, demonic form on a maddened camel.
I expected them to go after him with both barrels, the kitchen sink, a slavering pit bull and broken bottles dipped in acid.
Those slavering for a fight of glorious proportions were listening intently to the running commentary on the festering row between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Also, I guess this is good for Tim Pawlenty, because he is not a slavering maniac?
Nor did it help that he published a startlingly candid sexual memoir, Liber Amoris, which a reviewer of the time attacked as a “precious record of vulgarity and nastiness” that revealed the author “in all the nakedness of his conceit, selfishness, slavering sensuality, filthy profligacy and howling idiotcy.”
A smallish amassment of white powder, parsed into evenly-spaced rows, sits atop our Nuevo Roma coffee table's black marble surface, the sight of which, perhaps even just a week or so ago, would have produced a slavering Pavlovian-like effect over me, but tonight, it only makes my stomach drop and almost triples my heart rate, which Ashley immediately recognizes.
An outbreak of zombie infection turns a drunken party isle into a terrifying animated mortuary, leaving forlorn clutches of survivors to fend for themselves in the encroaching, slavering apocalypse.
Thankfully, there is no razor wire at the top or slavering dogs running about.
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