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salivate over

v.
To be very eager about, excited about, or desirous for something: The fans of the rock group salivated over the newest CD.
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We therefore caution against extended times of saliva collection in capillary tubes because mosquitoes allowed to salivate for 45 minutes expel more VEEV than those that salivate for <3 minutes, the approximate maximum time required for natural engorgement.
But she was left red-faced when on this occasion her ear FAILED to salivate.
Next, Gal wondered whether men would salivate to high-end sports cars.
In short, while the inane press continues to salivate over it, the survey has been largely ignored and dismissed by the intelligent community.
Until then, they can salivate over Klegg's newest miniature home theatre system at the International CES, Jan.
But the obese patients continued to salivate the same amount throughout the tastings.
Broken up into 16 regions spanning from the Pacific Ocean east along Highway 108 over Sonora Pass to Nevada and the Bay Area down south to Mexico, this book makes even the most avid hikers and outdoor lovers salivate.
THAT GLORIOUSLY gloomy Anton Chekhov - how he still manages to make actors salivate and induce potential audiences to reach for their plastic.
You will not order a fraction of what your eyes wish to behold or what your taste buds salivate to sample.
You glance nervously at the bedroom door and salivate as your browser takes you to the appointed destination.