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Meaning & Definition of Drool in English

English

Drool

/drul/

noun

1. Pretentious or silly talk or writing

    synonym:
  • baloney
  • ,
  • boloney
  • ,
  • bilgewater
  • ,
  • bosh
  • ,
  • drool
  • ,
  • humbug
  • ,
  • taradiddle
  • ,
  • tarradiddle
  • ,
  • tommyrot
  • ,
  • tosh
  • ,
  • twaddle

2. Saliva spilling from the mouth

    synonym:
  • drool
  • ,
  • dribble
  • ,
  • drivel
  • ,
  • slobber

verb

1. Be envious, desirous, eager for, or extremely happy about something

  • "She was salivating over the raise she anticipated"
    synonym:
  • salivate
  • ,
  • drool

2. Let saliva drivel from the mouth

  • "The baby drooled"
    synonym:
  • drivel
  • ,
  • drool
  • ,
  • slabber
  • ,
  • slaver
  • ,
  • slobber
  • ,
  • dribble

Examples of using

Whenever the school bell rang, Ivan would stare into space and drool. Several failed exorcisms later, his parents realized that he was the reincarnation of one of Pavlov's dogs.