verb (used without object)
Origin of drool
Examples from the Web for drooling
[T]his is not a book review—it is an act of drooling voyeurism.
Drooling over such luxury was supposed to result in a cathexis of the Ralph Lauren label.
It's a wonder the drooling ward didn't break down while I was in hospital.
The drooling ward's a better snap than gold mines, and I hear there's a new nurse coming.
The terrible sound shook the cabin, but Tara still made no movement, except now to swing his head with open, drooling jaws.The Courage of Marge O'Doone|James Oliver Curwood
Then I'll get him to make me a real assistant in the drooling ward, with forty dollars a month and my board.
A little while he sat; then stretched himself back at ease on his elbow, drooling smoke through his nose in saturnine enjoyment.The Flockmaster of Poison Creek|George W. Ogden