slobbery
Adjective

slobbery (comparative slobberier, superlative slobberiest)

  1. Wet and slimy, containing slobber, having the consistency of slobber.
  2. Prone to produce an excess of saliva or slobber.
    • 2004, Susan Johnson - The Broken Book ↗ [http://books.google.com/books?id=GzkawhZmQrEC&pg=RA1-PA25&dq=%22slobbery%22+date:1980-2008&lr=&sig=tsEv_jcYF2BtZXyBVxN-x_MuK_A page 25].
      My own lips are slobbery suckers, the bane of my life, the subject of teasing by Peggy Gordon, who has recently taken to calling me Lubra Lips.



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