characterized by slobbering.
disagreeably wet; sloppy.
- Also slabbery.
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How to use slobbery in a sentence
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
How I am nauseated with sentiment and nobility, the macaroni slithery-slobbery mess of modern adorations.Sea and Sardinia | D. H. Lawrence
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 | Jonathan Swift
He never spoke on this subject with the slobbery grin of the voluptuary, or the leer of prurience.Flowers of Freethought | George W. Foote
His cheekbones were high, his nose flat, his lips thick and slobbery.The Blazed Trail | Stewart Edward White