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drool

 (dro͞ol)
v. drooled, drool·ing, drools
v.intr.
1. To let saliva run from the mouth; drivel.
2. Informal To make an extravagant show of appreciation or desire.
3. Informal To talk nonsense.
v.tr.
To let run from the mouth.
n.
1. Saliva.
2. Informal Senseless talk; drivel.

[Perhaps alteration of drivel.]
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drool

(druːl)
vb
(often foll by: over) to show excessive enthusiasm (for) or pleasure (in); gloat (over)
vb, n
another word for drivel1, drivel2, drivel4
[C19: probably alteration of drivel]
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drool

(drul)

v.i.
1. to water at the mouth, as in anticipation of food; salivate.
2. to show excessive pleasure or anticipation of pleasure.
3. to talk foolishly.
n.
4. saliva running down from one's mouth; drivel.
[1795–1805]
drool′y, adj. drool•i•er, drool•i•est.
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drool


Past participle: drooled
Gerund: drooling

Imperative
drool
drool
Present
I drool
you drool
he/she/it drools
we drool
you drool
they drool
Preterite
I drooled
you drooled
he/she/it drooled
we drooled
you drooled
they drooled
Present Continuous
I am drooling
you are drooling
he/she/it is drooling
we are drooling
you are drooling
they are drooling
Present Perfect
I have drooled
you have drooled
he/she/it has drooled
we have drooled
you have drooled
they have drooled
Past Continuous
I was drooling
you were drooling
he/she/it was drooling
we were drooling
you were drooling
they were drooling
Past Perfect
I had drooled
you had drooled
he/she/it had drooled
we had drooled
you had drooled
they had drooled
Future
I will drool
you will drool
he/she/it will drool
we will drool
you will drool
they will drool
Future Perfect
I will have drooled
you will have drooled
he/she/it will have drooled
we will have drooled
you will have drooled
they will have drooled
Future Continuous
I will be drooling
you will be drooling
he/she/it will be drooling
we will be drooling
you will be drooling
they will be drooling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been drooling
you have been drooling
he/she/it has been drooling
we have been drooling
you have been drooling
they have been drooling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been drooling
you will have been drooling
he/she/it will have been drooling
we will have been drooling
you will have been drooling
they will have been drooling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been drooling
you had been drooling
he/she/it had been drooling
we had been drooling
you had been drooling
they had been drooling
Conditional
I would drool
you would drool
he/she/it would drool
we would drool
you would drool
they would drool
Past Conditional
I would have drooled
you would have drooled
he/she/it would have drooled
we would have drooled
you would have drooled
they would have drooled
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.drool - pretentious or silly talk or writingdrool - pretentious or silly talk or writing
hokum, meaninglessness, nonsense, nonsensicality, bunk - a message that seems to convey no meaning
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
2.drool - saliva spilling from the mouth
saliva, spittle, spit - a clear liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands of the mouth; moistens the mouth and starts the digestion of starches
Verb1.drool - be envious, desirous, eager for, or extremely happy about something; "She was salivating over the raise she anticipated"
covet - wish, long, or crave for (something, especially the property of another person); "She covets her sister's house"
2.drool - let saliva drivel from the mouth; "The baby drooled"
salivate - produce saliva; "We salivated when he described the great meal"
drool over, slobber over - envy without restraint
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drool

verb
1. dribble, drivel, salivate, slaver, slobber, water at the mouth The dog was drooling on my shoulder
2. (often with over) gloat over, pet, gush, make much of, rave about (informal), dote on, slobber over Fashion editors drooled over every item.
Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

drool

verb
To let saliva run from the mouth:
noun
Saliva running from the mouth:
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Translations
kuolakuolata

drool

[druːl] VI (= slobber) → babear
she drooled over the kittens/her grandchildren (fig) → se le caía la baba con los gatitos/sus nietos
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

drool

[ˈdruːl] vi
(= dribble) → baver
(fig) to drool over sb/sth → baver d'admiration devant qn/qch, être en extase devant qn/qch
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

drool

visabbern; (animal)geifern
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drool

[druːl] vi (baby) → sbavare
to drool over sb/sth (fig) → andare in estasi per qn/qc
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

drool

n baba; vi babear
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References in classic literature ?
He was too occupied with his own vision, and vividly burned before him the sordid barrenness of a poorhouse ward, where an ancient, very like what he himself would become, maundered and gibbered and drooled for a crumb of tobacco for his old clay pipe, and where, of all horrors, no sip of beer ever obtained, much less six quarts of it.
Yet he battled on, striking futile blows against great, hispid breasts he could not see; feeling thick, squat throats beneath his fingers; the drool of saliva upon his cheek, and hot, foul breath in his nostrils.
His lower jaw rose and fell, and the slaver drooled and dripped upon the dead face of Taglat.
Her mouth opened, the saliva drooled forth, and she licked her chops with the pleasure of anticipation.
Ebbits drooled a little and stopped his rocking very frequently to lean forward and thrust his tremulous nose nearer to the source of gustatory excitement.
His lips were flecked with foam, and saliva drooled from his jowls.
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Zsa Zsa, an English bulldog, drools while competing in the World's Ugliest Dog Contest in Petaluma, California on June 23, 2018.
He also drools quite a lot and I wonder if there's anything to stop this.
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Every boy at Briarwood drools shamelessly over Nina, making the clique girls old news.