- 1Drop saliva uncontrollably from the mouth: the baby begins to drool, then to coughMore example sentences
- When Cordelia puts some of the stuff in her mouth, she rolls it around in her mouth, looks terrified, and drools uncontrollably.
- She stirred and then opened her mouth and began to drool.
- All our mouths dropped, and began to drool, I know Jesse did.
- 1.1 • informal Make an excessive and obvious show of pleasure or desire: I could imagine him as a teacher being drooled over by the girlsMore example sentences
- And now that I've drooled over Danny's site, my eyes are wandering over to the cupboard where I keep a secret stash of notebooks, colouring pencils and of course a supply of purple pens.
- Another girl friend drooled over Steve McQueen.
- While the sales lady took 45 minutes to ring it up, I drooled over the jewelry and pointed out items for the kid to tell her father to get for me.
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- Saliva falling from the mouth.More example sentences
- Bill was staring at Heather with a small puddle of drool just waiting to fall from the edge of his parted lips.
- I know sometimes I drop the act and my eyes glaze over and a droplet of drool trickles from the corner of my mouth.
- The hideous fangs that hung from his mouth were covered in drool, releasing a deadly, foul odour.
early 19th century: contraction of drivel.