[ UK /dɹˈuːl/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹuɫ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɹuɫ/ ]
- saliva spilling from the mouth
- pretentious or silly talk or writing
be envious, desirous, eager for, or extremely happy about something
She was salivating over the raise she anticipated
let saliva drivel from the mouth
The baby drooled
How To Use drool In A Sentence
- Gator, my cousin is a veterinarian and is the same. the only thing that grosses her out is drool. MY KNEES -- PART THREE, AFTER THE SURGERY
- The guy really does have it all - girlfriend, popularity, and university scouts drooling over his breaststroke.
- Sorry, for 2 days now I have been stuck in Gollum-mode, drooling over the iPhone. iWants it!
- His mouth drooled at the sound of food and she kissed him on the head.
- These include the pitcher plants of the Asian tropics, known as Nepenthes, which resemble jugs brimming with nectar—or perhaps more accurately, mouths slavering with drool.
- And its recent past is not fraught with the kind of conflicts that scriptwriters drool over.
- He is droolworthy.
- Another bonus, and I hope I won't get misunderstood: while you're in trance, your avie has the most stupid expression ever, like she'll start drooling in just a second ... Get me excited about 'XCite'
- The president candidate drooled the reform measures.
- What they do is take pop music, remove every ounce of soul, passion or energy and drone it into a mess of an attempt to make a band that 15 year old girls will drool over.