Slobbery
Slobbery \Slob"ber*y\, a. Wet; sloppy, as land. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • slobbery — adjective a) Wet and slimy, containing slobber, having the consistency of slobber. He placed one paw on my right thigh and planted a slobbery dog kiss on my cheek. b) Prone to produce an excess of saliva or slobber. Well! Make yourself at home,… …   Wiktionary

  • slobbery — slob|ber|y [ˈslɔbəri US ˈsla: ] adj a slobbery kiss or mouth is unpleasantly wet …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • slobbery — slob|ber|y [ slab(ə)ri ] adjective INFORMAL slobbery mouths, lips, or kisses are wet in an unpleasant way …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • slobbery — adjective a slobbery kiss or mouth is unpleasantly wet …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • slobbery — UK [ˈslɒbərɪ] / US [ˈslɑb(ə)rɪ] adjective informal slobbery mouths, lips, or kisses are wet in an unpleasant way …   English dictionary

  • slobbery — slobber ► VERB 1) have saliva dripping copiously from the mouth. 2) (slobber over) show excessive enthusiasm for. ► NOUN ▪ saliva dripping copiously from the mouth. DERIVATIVES slobbery adjective. ORIGIN pr …   English terms dictionary

  • slobbery — ˈsläb(ə)rē, ri adjective Etymology: Middle English slobery, from slober slobber + y 1. : muddy, slushy, dirty a slobbery and a dirty farm Shakespeare 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • slobbery — adjective see slobber II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • slobbery — /slob euh ree/, adj. 1. characterized by slobbering. 2. disagreeably wet; sloppy. Also, slabbery. [1350 1400; ME; see SLOBBER, Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • slobbery — slob·ber·y || slÉ‘bÉ™rɪ / slÉ’b adj. wet, damp, drooly; sentimental, overemotional …   English contemporary dictionary

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