Prepositions after "drool"

"drool over", "drool on" or "drool at"?

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In 52% of cases drool over is used

Ok, that's a half truth, I spend a lot of time drooling over what I see on Pinterest.

I'd drooling over the imaginary taste of them that your description conjures on my tongue.

This hetero gal drooled over her every appearance in Firefly/Serenity, but she needs a stylist.

Saturday, 6 October 2012 I confess, I spend a little bit of time drooling over what I see on Pinterest.

The audience drooling over that douchebag was pretty pathetic, that psycho never gave a crap about the fans.

Success! I absolutely adore the current collection on the website and often spend hours drooling over which ones I covet the most.

Then you run! Now you are left to drool over kueh bangkit and bengkang when you could be dining with the rich and famous and sucking their toes.

Life-logging and extreme sports junkies may be drooling over YellowBird's 360 camera setup, but the company doesn't seem to be selling them at the moment.

In 15% of cases drool at is used

Not only ate it, but ate it with gusto: lips smacking, mouth open, drool at the corners of their mouths.

I'd like wtf? people were drooling at the mouth, ready to stampede, knock each other over to get China to open up their market.

In 12% of cases drool on is used

I want to drool on my screen, not to throw up my bowels.

People will just drool on their keyboards and watch your review, even if you are slightly less compelling than a fourth-grader reciting the pledge of allegiance.

In 6% of cases drool in is used

The establishment Republicrats are drooling in their bibs over the power this gives them.

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