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Noun: drool  drool
  1. Saliva spilling from the mouth
    - dribble, drivel, slobber
  2. Pretentious or silly talk or writing
    - baloney [informal], boloney [informal], bilgewater [informal], bosh [informal], humbug, taradiddle [informal], tarradiddle [informal], tommyrot [informal], tosh [Brit, informal], twaddle [informal]
Verb: drool  drool
  1. Be envious, desirous, eager for, or extremely happy about something
    "She was drooling over the raise she anticipated";
    - salivate
  2. Let saliva drivel from the mouth
    "The baby drooled";
    - drivel, slabber [dialect], slaver, slobber, dribble

Derived forms: drools, drooling, drooled

See also: slobber over

Type of: bunk [informal], covet, hokum [informal], meaninglessness, nonsense, nonsensicality, saliva, salivate, spit, spittle

Encyclopedia: Drool