To drivel or drop saliva as youngster drools
- be envious, desirous, looking forward to, or acutely pleased about some thing
- allow saliva drivel from the lips
- saliva spilling through the mouth
- pretentious or absurd talk or writing
- To drivel, or drop saliva; because, the kid drools.
1802, apparently a dialectal variant or contraction of drivel. Relevant: Drooled; drooling. The noun is from 1860s.
(v. i.) To drivel, or drop saliva; as, the kid drools.
Jared, wounded and vulnerable, had been cornered by another demon in its monster shape with drool dripping off its teeth.