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drool (v.)

"drivel, slobber, drip saliva, as an infant does," 1802, drule, apparently a dialectal variant or contraction of drivel. Related: Drooled; drooling. The noun is from 1869.

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Definitions of drool
1
drool (v.)
be envious, desirous, eager for, or extremely happy about something;
Synonyms: salivate
drool (v.)
let saliva drivel from the mouth;
The baby drooled
Synonyms: drivel / slabber / slaver / slobber / dribble
2
drool (n.)
pretentious or silly talk or writing;
Synonyms: baloney / boloney / bilgewater / bosh / humbug / taradiddle / tarradiddle / tommyrot / tosh / twaddle
drool (n.)
saliva spilling from the mouth;
Synonyms: dribble / drivel / slobber
From wordnet.princeton.edu