- characterized by slobbering.
- disagreeably wet; sloppy.
Origin of slobbery
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Examples from the Web for slobbery
His cheekbones were high, his nose flat, his lips thick and slobbery.The Blazed Trail
Stewart Edward White
Go near that horrid old man who fastens one rheumy eye on you while his slobbery chin shakes like a huge jelly?Robert Annys: Poor Priest
Annie Nathan Meyer
It was greedy and slobbery, but all three girls seemed unable to keep their eyes and hands off it.The Wouldbegoods
He strove to speak words, but from his throat issued only clicking, slobbery grunts and gasps.Those Times And These
Irvin S. Cobb
Our weather is very bad and slobbery, and I shall spoil my new hat (I have bought a new hat), or empty my pockets.The Journal to Stella
Word Origin and History for slobbery
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