noun. ['ˈslɑːbɝ'] saliva spilling from the mouth.
Rhymes with Slobber
Sentences with slobber
1. Verb, base form
Consult your veterinarian for a clipping should your teddy's teeth become too long, causing him to slobber.
2. Proper noun, singular
For instance, said Lukins, "bassets often 'sling slobber.'
3. Noun, singular or mass
Find an old scarf or purse that you don’t mind getting covered in slobber.
4. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Some slobber a lot, some slobber only a little.
verb. ['ˈslɑːbɝ'] let saliva drivel from the mouth.