The depth of rage, animus and violence that was directed at him—“spittle flying, the N word flying”—continues to astound him.
His cheeks bright red, his chin wet with spittle, the helot would weave and stagger and totter until he passed out in the dirt.
I've heard faintly somewheres of things wrote in spittle, so I pours on a bottle of ink, and rinses the paper in the water-butt.
The spittle referred to is the foam at the edge of the water.
Sialagogues are medicines which promote the flow of saliva or spittle, such as salt, calomel, &c.
Or again, a man ejects the spittle from his mouth as far as possible.
In the love charms also the lover always figuratively takes the spittle of the girl in order to fix her affections upon himself.
He gathered the spittle in his mouth and spat full in Strickland's face.
Kit spat experimentally, and the spittle crackled in the air.
Mawkish pulp her mouth had mumbled sweetsour of her spittle.
spittle spit·tle (spĭt'l)