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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrooldrool /druːl/ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]HBH British English to let saliva (=the liquid in your mouth) come out of your mouthslobber The dog was drooling at the mouth.2 LOOK AT[intransitive] to show in a silly way that you like someone or something a lotdrool over He was drooling over a Porsche.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
droolAt thirty to forty-five minutes, mouthing and lip-smacking movements begin, and the infant begins to drool.This game shamelessly rips it off in a way that would have most copyright lawyers drooling.This stupid dog drools all over the place.These drooling mutts get into all sorts of trouble during their free time on the streets.So great, your co-workers will be drooling over it.And they drooled over its yellow and blue ironwork.Then, over a light lunch, which had set her mistreated tastebuds drooling, she had planned her strategy.drool overSarah was drooling over the lead singer through the whole concert.