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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 main result of the experiment was that participants salivated to money (relative to baseline), but only when they were in a low-power state," Gal said.
The effect that the time of probing or feeding had on the titer of virus salivated was analyzed by timed saliva collections and mouse tail exposures.
Throughout the day, customers salivated for the assembly line of corned beef plates.
Several salivated as they peered through the chain link fence surrounding a scene born out of yesterday; one riddled with history.
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