drool

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdruːl/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/drul/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(dro̅o̅l)

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drool

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. the [dog, baby] is (always) drooling
  2. drools while he sleeps
  3. drooled all over [me, my pillow, his desk]
  4. I [had] drooled on [the, my] pillow
  5. drool at the smell of [bacon, chocolate]
  6. the smell of [bacon] makes me drool
  7. drooling at the [prospect, thought] of
  8. drool in anticipation
  9. drooling over the latest [news, gossip, story]
  10. (stop) drooling over him
n
  1. a [blob, trickle] of drool (at his mouth)
  2. had drool around her mouth
  3. drool ran down his chin
  4. [wipe, clean] the drool from his [chin, cheek, face]
  5. drool from the [baby's, dog's, child's] mouth
  6. drool [hanging, suspending] from his chin
  7. her [chin, bib, mouth] was covered in drool
  8. drool leaked out in [excitement, anticipation]
  9. [fangs, incisors] covered in drool
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