Definition of Slobbering

1. Verb. (present participle of slobber) ¹



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Definition of Slobbering

1. slobber [v] - See also: slobber

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slobbering

slo-mo
sloakan
sloam
sloams
sloan
sloans
sloat
sloats
slob
slob ice
slobber
slobber over
slobbered
slobberer
slobberers
slobbering (current term)
slobbers
slobbery
slobbier
slobbiest
slobbily
slobbiness
slobbish
slobbishness
slobby
slobland
sloblands
slobs
slocken
slockened

Literary usage of Slobbering

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1. Nonsense: Or Hits and Criticisms on the Follies of the Day by Mark Mills Pomeroy, Marcus Mills (1870)
"slobbering PARTIES—FOR THE HEATHEN ! MODEST rap, rap and a half, or two raps on the door. , " Come in." " Good-morning, ' Brick.'" " Ditto, Deacon. ..."

2. The Diseases of Animals: A Book of Brief and Popular Advice on the Care and by Nelson Slater Mayo (1920)
"SALIVATION, OB slobbering This is an excessive discharge of saliva from the mouth. It is frequently seen in horses, ..."

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