We see her as a slobbering drunk and later hunched over a toilet with her finger down her throat.
He snorted and smacked his slobbering lips, and plunged into the shadows again.
So quit goggling and slobbering at me, you wall-eyed, slimy, fat toad.
The second wolf, with slobbering bloody jaws, turned to listen, the flock of sheep snorted and stamped in the snow.
After finding that slobbering and wringing your hands did no good.
Startling doctrine this to the slobbering vicegerent of God, conceding to the people acts to be revoked at his pleasure.
After slobbering over it awhile, he compelled the white women to eat it.
He had recalled Andrew now, and the dog was slobbering happily at his feet.
The rest of his time he chiefly passed in hugging and slobbering his favourites.
Maskull caught one glimpse of a vulgar, slobbering face—and then that too disappeared.
c.1400, probably of imitative origin; cf. Frisian slobberje "to slurp," Middle Low German slubberen "slurp," Middle Dutch overslubberen "wade through a ditch." Related: Slobbered; slobbering. As noun from c.1400 as "mud, slime," 1755 as "saliva." Congreve has slabber (v.), from Middle Dutch slabberen.