drool (all) over (someone or something)

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drool (all) over (someone or something)

1. Literally, to release saliva from one's mouth onto someone or something. Can you please come in here and get your dog before he drools all over me?
2. To be very excited about or interested in something. My boyfriend has been drooling over those fancy speakers at the store.
See also: drool, over

drool (all) over someone or something

 
1. . Lit. to drip saliva on someone or something. You're drooling all over my plate! The dog drooled all over my hand.
2. Fig. to envy or desire someone or something. (Alludes to drooling from hunger.) The boys stood there, drooling over the fancy sports car. Wally Wilson spent many hours drooling over photographs of Marilyn.
See also: drool, over

drool (all) over someone/something

in. to show enormous desire for someone or something. Sam was drooling over Martha like a lovesick calf.

drool over someone/something

verb
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They were spotted drooling all over each other at Blunt's favourite boozer, The Hollywood Arms in Chelsea.
The girls were drooling all over him; the gay guys too."