But Bush administration neocons, salivating over regime change in Iran, spurned this extraordinary deal.
The Saudis were salivating for North American birds, and Mr. Galbraith's Pigeon King enterprise would satisfy the hunger.
But it was largely the two salivating behemoths, Visa and MasterCard, which masterminded this.
Haldeman: “Colson was salivating with glee at what they might be able to do with it.”
The mysterious trailer for the sci-fi adventure (which opens on June 8) already has the Internet salivating.
Huxham appears to have adopted the whole Sydenhamian practice of blooding, blistering, purging, and salivating.
At the same time, they counts on salivating the old Injun what fools them a-plenty.
Bindle had christened him Spit-and-Speak owing to Gugger's habit of salivating his words.
1650s, "cause to produce saliva;" intransitive sense from 1680s, from Latin salivatus, past participle of salivare, from saliva (see saliva). Figurative use in reference to anticipation by 1965. Related: Salivated; salivating.
salivate sal·i·vate (sāl'ə-vāt')
v. sal·i·vat·ed, sal·i·vat·ing, sal·i·vates
To secrete or produce saliva.
To produce excessive salivation in.