slabber

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Related to slabbering: slavering, slobber, salivation, driveling

slabber

(ˈslæbə)
vb, n
a dialect word for slobber
[C16: variant of slobber]

slabber


Past participle: slabbered
Gerund: slabbering

Imperative
slabber
slabber
Present
I slabber
you slabber
he/she/it slabbers
we slabber
you slabber
they slabber
Preterite
I slabbered
you slabbered
he/she/it slabbered
we slabbered
you slabbered
they slabbered
Present Continuous
I am slabbering
you are slabbering
he/she/it is slabbering
we are slabbering
you are slabbering
they are slabbering
Present Perfect
I have slabbered
you have slabbered
he/she/it has slabbered
we have slabbered
you have slabbered
they have slabbered
Past Continuous
I was slabbering
you were slabbering
he/she/it was slabbering
we were slabbering
you were slabbering
they were slabbering
Past Perfect
I had slabbered
you had slabbered
he/she/it had slabbered
we had slabbered
you had slabbered
they had slabbered
Future
I will slabber
you will slabber
he/she/it will slabber
we will slabber
you will slabber
they will slabber
Future Perfect
I will have slabbered
you will have slabbered
he/she/it will have slabbered
we will have slabbered
you will have slabbered
they will have slabbered
Future Continuous
I will be slabbering
you will be slabbering
he/she/it will be slabbering
we will be slabbering
you will be slabbering
they will be slabbering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been slabbering
you have been slabbering
he/she/it has been slabbering
we have been slabbering
you have been slabbering
they have been slabbering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been slabbering
you will have been slabbering
he/she/it will have been slabbering
we will have been slabbering
you will have been slabbering
they will have been slabbering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been slabbering
you had been slabbering
he/she/it had been slabbering
we had been slabbering
you had been slabbering
they had been slabbering
Conditional
I would slabber
you would slabber
he/she/it would slabber
we would slabber
you would slabber
they would slabber
Past Conditional
I would have slabbered
you would have slabbered
he/she/it would have slabbered
we would have slabbered
you would have slabbered
they would have slabbered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.slabber - let saliva drivel from the mouth; "The baby drooled"
salivate - produce saliva; "We salivated when he described the great meal"
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I've been doing a lot of slabbering around the place about how I'm the league's top scorer so the pressure is on to keep that up.
Steve McSherry, Uddingston, said: "So Rangers fans are slabbering on about Olivier Ntcham and our result against Red Imps but they are so used to embarrassments they are immune to it now.
The documentary (it was more like a slabbering PR promo) was hosted by Nick Robinson, the former BBC political editor and mad keen Man Utd fan, who looks at Fergie with a kind of demented adoration, and seemed oblivious to the idiocy of the central proposition of the programme i.
The last time EastEnders dropped in here we were faced with leering drunks slabbering all over Pauline Beale while sheep wandered around the city centre.
After a while it'll just be me slabbering to myself with no-one there.
I told the linesman that their player was taking the ball forward and the crowd started slabbering to me, so [the linesman] decided to make a name for himself.
As a general tip it was always a good idea to avoid eye contact with the surprised wife as you and a dozen or so other slabbering armchair fans descended on her living room.
As a football writer who has endured more post-match knockbacks than a slabbering drunk at the dancing, I'm all for getting tough with players and clubs who don't co-operate with the press.
But there are few things more annoying than young people living on trust funds slabbering on about changing the world, while everyone else works for a living.
With his big head and slabbering lips, it has to be Roy Hattersly.
Three weeks without a home game has some chairmen scavenging down the back of the couch for coppers with the desperate slabbering of a dug eating beetroot.
Compare that with fellow Tyrone man Jerome Quinn on the BBC coverage, whose jingoistic rantings as God's own County won the All-Ireland recalled Jimmy Hill slabbering on about 1966.