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sal·i·vate

(sal'i-vāt),
To cause an excessive flow of saliva.

salivate

(săl′ə-vāt′)
v. sali·vated, sali·vating, sali·vates
v.intr.
1. To secrete or produce saliva.
2. Informal To be full of desire or eagerness for something: salivated at the idea of winning the lottery.
v.tr.
To produce excessive salivation in.

sal′i·va′tion (-vā′shən) n.

sal·i·vate

(sal'i-vāt)
To cause an excessive flow of saliva.

sal·i·vate

(sal'i-vāt)
To cause an excessive flow of saliva.
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The men with the active mating goal salivated more at images of high-end sports cars than the men who had been prompted to imagine getting a haircut.
He said: "The main result was that participants salivated to money, but only when they were in a low-power state.
Mike Cavinder, who opened West Coast American Eagle in Thousand Oaks last year, said an 84-year-old man who'd won the lottery came in and salivated over a bike, though he ultimately walked out without investing the $31,000 required to take the most basic model home.
During the Armani and Emporio Armani fall 2003 show, the audience salivated over his latest looks - sexy, short black silk, satin and velvet dresses; frock coats; beaded mini-gowns; black feathers, fur and spider web shawls - and several stars made shopping lists.
When the Pacific Classic was made the climactic event in the inaugural, 11-race ``NTRA Champions on Fox'' series for 3-year-olds and up, Del Mar salivated at the thought of hosting Horse of the Year contenders from across the nation.