slobbery


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slob·ber

 (slŏb′ər)
v. slob·bered, slob·ber·ing, slob·bers
v.intr.
1. To let saliva or liquid spill out from the mouth; drool.
2. To express sentiment or enthusiasm effusively or mawkishly; gush: slobbered over her childhood artwork.
v.tr.
To wet or smear with saliva or liquid dribbled from the mouth.
n.
1. Saliva or liquid running from the mouth; drool.
2. Effusive or sentimental expression; drivel.

[Middle English sloberen, perhaps of Low German origin.]

slob′ber·er n.
slob′ber·y adj.
Translations
nyálas

slobbery

[ˈslɒbərɪ] ADJ [kiss] → mojado, baboso; [person] → sensiblero, tontamente sentimental

slobbery

adj (inf)nass; the newspaper is all slobberydie Zeitung ist ganz vollgesabbert (inf)
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Refermat suggests enlisting your dog to be the alarm clock, waking up family members with slobbery kisses, jumping on the bed and pulling off the blankets.
I actually have to wake them up every morning, leaving them to their slobbery slumber until the last possible moment.
She even manages to find common ground with her sticky, slobbery baby sister.
A gentle and slobbery giant, Vinnie has the sweetest nature and loves to cool off in the swimming pool.
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Their tongues were a bit slobbery, which took a bit of getting used to, and the children preferred to lift the buckets up rather than get their hands messy, but the whole experience was a very exciting one.
In Intruder, for instance, the main character Kat is prickly and at times difficult to like, so I use a seriously hilarious slobbery dog to entertain the reader and draw them into a deeper appreciation of Kat's situation.
I do hope you conquer the problem because there is nothing quite like slobbery kisses from our beloved wee dogs.
While cats linger in doorways, sauntering around with tails up like a middlefinger salute directed at you for your absence, dogs rush to greet you, tail wagging, panting, ready to plant a slobbery kiss on your cheek to celebrate your return.
But Tom finds his new home more than grim, so when he comes across the bizarre Mr Berto Socrates Baboomski - of the famous Escorvian circus family - and his slobbery goat Zoltan, he wonders what on earth is happening to him and his life.
But Tom finds his new home more than grim, so when he comes across the bizarre Mr Berto Socrates Baboomski - of the famous Escorvian circus family - and his slobbery goat Zoltan, he wonders what on earth is happening to him and Throw in an overbearing school bully, Piers Smerkinton-Peck, his lacky, the snack-munching Hubert, and some rather fishy goings-on, and you have a recipe for a rather entertaining story (a skaboonky tale, as Mr Baboomski might say) about exposing the town's baddies via some nifty circus acts and a fruity popstar.
I love you," Sylvia declares, in the slobbery way of dogs.