from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To let saliva or liquid spill out from the mouth; drool.
- intransitive verb To express sentiment or enthusiasm effusively or mawkishly; gush.
- intransitive verb To wet or smear with saliva or liquid dribbled from the mouth.
- noun Saliva or liquid running from the mouth; drool.
- noun Effusive or sentimental expression; drivel.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Mud; mire.
- noun A jellyfish. Also
- noun Slaver; liquor spilled; slabber.
- noun Same as
- To let saliva fall from the month; slabber; drivel; spill liquid from the mouth in eating or drinking.
- To drivel; dote; become foolish or imbecile.
- To slaver; spill; spill upon; slabber.
- Hence To kiss effusively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- verb See
- noun See
- noun (Zoöl.), Prov. Eng. A jellyfish.
- noun (Vet.) Salivation.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Liquid material, generally saliva, that dribbles or
droolsoutward and downward from the mouth.
- verb To emit saliva or intaken but not yet swallowed liquid to run from one's mouth. To
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- verb let saliva drivel from the mouth
- noun saliva spilling from the mouth
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
(Maybe not someone who floats outside their bedroom window at night, not least because slobber is hard to scrub off of windows, but I’m going to assume that if they don’t fall in love with a gravity-defying vampire, this won’t be a problem.) (Yeah, the stalkery thing is not awesome, but it’s not exactly a new and outrageous theme in western lit.
Good times were had and I got covered in dog slobber, which is perfectly okay with me.
Well thanks for the kudos though us fussy femmes don't do "slobber"?
Clover is good medicine for a sick horse, but because of its action on the salivary glands is apt to make work horses "slobber" at certain seasons.
A bad rifle shot or a bad shotgun shot can and does "slobber" his game by hitting it in the wrong places or with the outer fringe of his pattern.
This lady makes me sick just like the OBAMA slobber fest.
Enough with the Michael Jackson wall to wall slobber fest.
It won't so long as our Noise Media continues to slobber all over him, eat out of his hand, and not question or scrutinize him.
They were pretty docile, though they did slobber a bit on the floor.
Hopefully they will also remember not to slobber on anyone. posted by Deron Bauman in animals, pets | * | 6 comments comments range on