Slobber

Slobber

  • (verb) have saliva dripping copiously from the mouth; “Sheru tended to slobber”
  • (noun) saliva dripping copiously from the mouth; “slobber swung in white strings from her jaw”

Slobber (स्लाबर) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Meaning)

  • लार टपकना, थूक, लार

Slobber Origin

  • late Middle English: probably from Middle Dutch slobberen ‘walk through mud’, also ‘feed noisily’, of imitative origin.

Slobber in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Buy your dog a bandana to keep excess slobber at bay.
  • I don’t know if that was detrimental to the development of my cow slobber or not, but the cow slobber was not to be.
  • At this moment, there’s a dried goo smear on my lower sleeve. It might be dog slobber.
  • I was a chubby baby and I had a lot of slobber.
  • With hopes of keeping my couch free from dirty paws, hair, and slobber, I picked up one of these Reversible Pet Furniture Protectors.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of slobber

  • Slobber – this slow bear slobber a lot.

Slobber Pronunciation

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