Definition of 'drool'
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One of his bodyguards was actually drooling at the thought. The Sun (2013)No doubt it will have all the male fans drooling. The Sun (2010)Other sports can only drool with envy. The Sun (2011)It is a list of contemporary art that would have the staff of any auction house drooling with envy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The upshot is a Classic renewal that has purists drooling at the prospect. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So, does he spend all day drooling at the thought of a decent meal? The Sun (2013)SOMETIMES you look at the coupon and drool at the prospects of dosh, dosh and more dosh! The Sun (2008)The Drog reckons the dynamic duo can forge a perfect partnership which will leave Blues fans drooling. The Sun (2008)It's drooling fan worship, in one of our leading museums. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Trends of 'drool'
Used Rarely. drool is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'drool'
British English: drool VERB
To drool over someone or something means to look at them with great pleasure, perhaps in an exaggerated or ridiculous way.
Fashion editors drooled over every item.
Definition of drool from the Collins English Dictionary
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