[ UK /dɹˈɪvə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹɪvəɫ/ ]
NOUN
  1. saliva spilling from the mouth
  2. a worthless message
VERB
  1. let saliva drivel from the mouth
    The baby drooled
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How To Use drivel In A Sentence

  • I did one a few years back and the main drawback is the cheesy driveline that is under an S-10. So, Iam thinking about converting my S-10 Blazer to a 350 V8.Sound like a great idea?The conversion is cheap and easy.And I woul
  • I did one a few years back and the main drawback is the cheesy driveline that is under an S-10. So, Iam thinking about converting my S-10 Blazer to a 350 V8.Sound like a great idea?The conversion is cheap and easy.And I woul
  • Baron of Bunkum - the best source for dross and drivel in the queendom!
  • A vehicle stability control is also part of the overall driveline system.
  • I am verbose and boring and post far to much drivel.
  • Canada and others walked out on the odious Ahmadinejad’s battological drivel, thus sparing themselves from a similar breakdown, while Obama made the rather curious statement: 2009 September « Anglican Samizdat
  • Artist-film-maker Miranda July's wide-eyed kooky persona has never been more painfully self-regarding than it is in her drivelsome relationship break-up fantasy The Future. Berlin film festival – review
  • Of all the drivel you've been spouting ,'said Jou - chia , " that's the one thing worth hearing.
  • Tory kids will be able to retire nice and young and waste their days in inane pursuits such as reading your drivel. Been Chatting
  • Having seen and read the reports and highlights from today's PMQs and read a fair few blog posts about it, I just wonder what Gordon Brown think he sounds like when he relentlessly drivels on about Tory cuts vs Labour investment insisting that Labour will increase spending in real terms in the next few years. What does Gordon Brown think he sounds like?
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