verb (used without object)
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So people will drool at handsome photos of him in BuzzFeed posts.‘Graceland’ Star Aaron Tveit Is TV’s Next Big Heartthrob|Kevin Fallon|June 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
My friends all seemed to drool over churlish boy-band types.Sugar Daddy Dating Sites: Helen Croydon on Her Guilty Fantasy|Helen Croydon|May 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Add social media to a collection of pictures of finely honed muscles and you have a drool-worthy match in made in heaven.The Olympics or Soft Porn? Female, Gay Fans Gawking at Male Athletes|Tricia Romano|August 3, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Having an enormous kitchen that would make even the most pampered chefs drool helped.
On Friday, Verizon Wireless began selling the Motorola Droid, the most drool-worthy Android phone to date.
Everybody does go batty that's high-brow and studies and all that drool.Under the Law|Edwina Stanton Babcock
I've heard Taylor drool about his pet guest—lady in black, strangled in attic by jealous husband.The Gray Mask|Wadsworth Camp
Stewards, three days out, are not in the habit of falling in love with their charges (Maundering and Drool notwithstanding).The Voice in the Fog|Harold MacGrath
He did not drool his words, hanging one with doubtful hesitation upon another, but blew them out like a mouthful of smoke.A Yankee from the West|Opie Read
Well, give me madmen who drool spittle, and foam at the mouth, and shriek obscene blasphemies.He Walked Around the Horses|Henry Beam Piper