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Origin of salivation
OTHER WORDS FROM salivationhy·per·sal·i·va·tion, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for salivation
Then . . . with the political class at the point of salivation . . . nothing happened.
This brings on salivation, and in many cases the symptoms begin to abate in severity as soon as that commences.
It is employed in aphth of the mouth, excessive salivation, &c.
Mercurial ointment applied by friction to the skin will produce salivation.
Or the Bichloride may be administered in minute doses, and may prove efficacious without producing salivation.
Mercurial ointment, if rubbed into the skin, becomes in part absorbed, and may thus produce salivation.