slobber


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slobber (all) over (someone or something)

1. Literally, to allow saliva to fall from one's mouth onto someone or something. Can you please come in here and get your dog before he slobbers all over me? His toddler went around slobbering all over the expensive electronics in my house.
2. To be very excited about or interested in someone or something. My boyfriend has been slobbering over those fancy speakers at the store. You need to stop slobbering over every girl who comes into the bar.
See also: over, slobber

slobber (all) over someone or something

to drool on someone or something. (See also slobber over something.) The dog slobbered over the child. It was just being friendly. Jenny has slobbered all over her dress.
See also: over, slobber

slobber over someone or something

Fig. to drool with delight or eagerness at the thought of someone or something. (Based on slobber over something. See also slobber (all) over someone or something.) Fred was slobbering over Donna as she lay sunbathing in a tiny bikini. Jamie was slobbering over Mary's new car.
See also: over, slobber

slobber over something

to drool with delight or eagerness before or while eating something. (See also slobber over someone or something.) The dog was slobbering over a chunk of meat when the cat came in and hissed at the dog.
See also: over, slobber

slobber

n. nonsense. (From the term for saliva running out of the mouth.) I’ve heard enough of your slobber. Can it!
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"Tom, you've got a bit of slobber in your beard," says Paul, hoping to convince him to take a pooch home.
Caption: As moose feed, their slobber may weaken the toxic defenses of certain grasses.
"It is that monkey slobber thing, isn't it?" she responded.
In the words of art critic Guy Brett, "This was a figure for the process by which Brazil 'swallowed' various world cultures in order to create its own, not in a predatory fashion but in a spirit of anti-colonialist rebellion." Andrade's oral metaphor took such hold almost half a century later that artist Helio Oiticica would define the resistance of Brazilian culture to external influences-its ability to ingest other cultural information instead of succumbing to some international style--as a kind of "super-cannibalism." And Lygia Clark considers the con cept overtly in works such as Cannibalismo (Cannibalism) and Baba antropofagica (Cannibalistic slobber; both 1973).
One hand making a rubbery pointing gesture against the glass, the other gathering slobber near his mouth, he turns his head and shrieks to his father, forty feet away, gathering vittles at the smorgasbord, "Smidovgorimtofloricamufff." Despite our sharing the same view, and the youth's clear stressing of some syllables over others, I don't catch his meaning.
They also shy away from fellow animals, begin to slobber uncontrollably, and walk in circles.
Farm animals that eat mycotoxin-tainted feed suffer from conditions like "slobber syndrome" and "staggers." Many die or miscarry.
to tile dunes A thick slobber of foam Breaks off in chunks And skitters
As far as I'm concerned, a man's best friend shouldn't slobber all over his face, defecate on his carpet or rub up against his leg in a suggestive manner.
Then one of the contacts on his beat is murdered and there's only one 'witness': the victim's dog Hooch, an ungainly French mastiff with a slobber problem.
Spider Dog, Spider Dog, does whatever a Spider Dog can which is slobber you to death!
The extent to which the sponge moves depends on the wetness of the sender's kiss, letting you distinguish between a peck on the cheek and full-on slobber.
I was craving cakes and candy and would dream about them - then wake up with slobber all over the pillow!" Erm, tasty.
WOULDN'T Albion defender Paul Robinson be happier if he simply bought himself a new sticker album every season so he could satisfy his urges to slobber over badges and ask for transfers at the same time?
And we're all for animal rights, but it would be nice if said animals would keep their paws, snouts and slobber to themselves.