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slobbers

1. moist dermatitis, or wet dewlap of rabbits; caused by continuous wetting of the dewlap due to poorly placed watering devices.
2. rhizoctonia leguminicola poisoning in cattle.
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Holly didn't jump up, or slobber, and her breath was positively fragrant.
The Glish's idea of doing business was to slobber all over the Captain and then rub their naughty bits all over him.
The real mission here is to clean up the urban slobber.
As pets replace children in the homes of aging baby boomers, slobber and hair grow thick on Santa's suit.
Not that he gets much response except for the occasional pant and slobber.
So ask the missus for a few coppers, slobber over the blonde cashier, and pull on your betting booties for the five best bets of the 2007/08 campaign.
They slobber with almost erotic intent over a glazed ham (which makes for three in that scene).
Sometimes, you might dream about the dear ol' pet that snuggles up and slobbers all over you while you're snoozin'.