past tense of slobber
as in drooled
to let saliva or some other substance flow from the mouth
our dog always starts to slobber whenever we open a can of food
as in raved
to make an exaggerated display of affection or enthusiasm
right on cue, his entourage of sycophants began to slobber over every inane thing he said
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