Origin of salivation
Related formshy·per·sal·i·va·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for salivation
Then . . . with the political class at the point of salivation . . . nothing happened.
The symptoms in rabbits are profuse nasal secretion and salivation with paralysis, as in frogs.
Individuals differ greatly in the quantity of the supply of the juices of the mouth which are active in salivation.The New Glutton or Epicure|Horace Fletcher
Salivation is insufficient, the patellar reflex intermittent.Ulysses|James Joyce
Blisters formed on the tongue, and there was salivation, with great difficulty in swallowing, and a general feeling of illness.
It must not be forgotten that salivation sometimes arises where no mercurial of any kind has been given.Memoranda on Poisons|Thomas Hawkes Tanner