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slabber

[slab-er]
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verb (used with or without object), noun
  1. slobber.
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Related Words for slabber

froth, drip, drivel, salivate, slaver, dribble, slabber, run, spit, water, ooze, slobber, board, frame, log, peg, plant, slab, timber, woody

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Historical Examples of slabber

  • The large solid cake is cut with wires by hand or by a slabber into slabs of any desired size.

    Soap-Making Manual

    E. G. Thomssen

  • In modern French bave means "drivel," "slabbering," and the verb baver "to slabber," but the bib is now called bavette.


British Dictionary definitions for slabber

slabber

verb, noun
  1. a dialect word for slobber
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Word Origin for slabber

C16: variant of slobber
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