Drool meaning

dro͝ol
Saliva.
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To be overly enthusiastic, eager, etc.
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To let run from the mouth.
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Senseless talk; drivel.
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To let saliva flow from one's mouth; drivel.
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To flow from the mouth, as saliva.
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To speak in a silly or stupid way.
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To let drivel from the mouth.
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To say in a silly or stupid way.
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Saliva running from the mouth.
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To secrete saliva in anticipation of food.
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To secrete saliva upon seeing something nice.

That boy is so attractive I drool whenever I see him.

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Saliva trickling from the mouth.
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To drool is defined as to have saliva drip or fall from the mouth, or is slang for making an obvious show of pleasure over something.

When a baby has saliva dripping from his mouth, this is an example of a situation where a baby drools.

When you really admire and love your friend's new kitchen, this is an example of a situation where you might say you drool over her kitchen.

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Drool is defined as saliva that falls from the mouth.

Saliva that drips or falls from the mouth is an example of drool.

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To let saliva run from the mouth; drivel.
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To make an extravagant show of appreciation or desire.
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To talk nonsense.
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Silly, stupid talk; nonsense.
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Origin of drool

  • Perhaps alteration of drivel

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition