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slabber

verb slab·ber \ˈslabə(r)\

Definition of slabber

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. 1 :  slobber, drool; also :  drivel

  2. 2 :  gorge, bolt

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Origin and Etymology of slabber

probably from Dutch slabberen, frequentative of slabben to slaver, from Middle Dutch — more at slaver


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slabber

noun slab·ber \"\

Definition of slabber

plural

-s

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slabber

noun slab·ber \ˈslabə(r), -laab-\

Definition of slabber

plural

-s

  1. :  one that slabs: such as a :  a saw for slabbing logs b :  a machine for cutting soap into slabs c :  milling machine; especially :  planomiller d :  a person that forms slabs (as by cutting) or fixes slabs in place (as by cementing) e :  an operator of any slabber

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Origin and Etymology of slabber

2slab + -er


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