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slaver

verb sla·ver \ ˈsla-vər , ˈslā- , ˈslä- \

Definition of slaver

slavered; slavering play \-v(ə-)riŋ\
intransitive verb
transitive verb
archaic : to smear with or as if with saliva

Examples of slaver in a Sentence

  1. a dog slavering over a bone

Origin and Etymology of slaver

Middle English, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse slafra to slaver; akin to Middle Dutch slabben to slaver

slaver Synonyms


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slaver

noun

Definition of slaver

: saliva dribbling from the mouth

First Known Use of slaver

14th century


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slaver

noun slav·er \ ˈslā-vər \

Definition of slaver

1 a : a ship used in the slave trade
b : a person engaged in the slave trade

Origin and Etymology of slaver


SLAVER Defined for English Language Learners

slaver

verb

Definition of slaver for English Language Learners

  • : to allow liquid to drip out of the mouth


Medical Dictionary

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slaver

intransitive verb sla·ver \ ˈslav-ər , ˈslāv- , ˈsläv- \

medical Definition of slaver

slavered; slavering play \-(ə-)riŋ\
: drool

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slaver

noun

medical Definition of slaver

: saliva dribbling from the mouth


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