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- adj. Wet and slimy, containing slobber, having the consistency of slobber.
- adj. Prone to produce an excess of saliva or slobber.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Wet; sloppy, as land.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Muddy; sloppy.
- Given to slobbering: driveling.
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Please smother sweet little Smokey in slobbery kisses for me.
Chicago snow ain't dry most of the time, and when it comes in slobbery slippery 8 to 20 'increments it ain't fun.
In Shikoku they argue about who produces the best udon (fat, chewy wheat-flour noodles), while on Kyushu ramen (slobbery Chinese-style wheat noodles) is the most popular.
Janice was a slobbery talker, saliva sometimes flying out of her mouth when she got too excited.
I only hope the big slobbery dog enjoyed it as much as I did.
In fact, Lyman was the original owner of slobbery mutt Odie.
By the time you bend down to give the "drop" command you've become the world's greatest trainer - until the slobbery wad of feathers and gore that used to be your bird lands in your hand.
He was a boisterous preschooler with a big smile and a habit of barreling at you at top speed and knocking you down, the better to wrap his little arms around your neck and wet your cheeks with slobbery kisses.
Behold the intoxicating footage of a Timber Wolf pack, 25 of them, strong, noble, united, sharp-eared and slobbery tongued – and then behold the plump bison pack in their midst: nature's version of Gourmet Burger Kitchen.
We photographed these slobbery victims in a formal yet humorous style as seen through the eyes of the adoring pet.