Definitions

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  • v. envy without restraint

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Examples

  • She could no longer hear the demon dog, and she had no idea which way the chase had turned after she’d lost track of it, but anything was better than standing here listening to Matt drool over Elise Knox.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • Before we buy a unit, we spread a year of back issues of Motorhome and Trailer Life and lustrous RV brochures all over a table and drool over each new model.

    The RVer’s Bible

  • There is so much pressure to impress people, When a girl walks by all slim and good-looking I hate to see boys drool over her like…hmmm…Jimmy!?

    Mortified

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