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drool / droōl/ • v. [intr.] drop saliva uncontrollably from the mouth: the baby begins to drool, then to cough. ∎ inf. make an excessive and obvious show of pleasure or desire: I could imagine him as a teacher being drooled over by the girls. • n. saliva falling from the mouth.

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