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Barking is not 'slobbering'.



ˈsläbər/
verb
gerund or present participle: slobbering
  1. have saliva dripping copiously from the mouth.

    "Fido tended to slobber"
    synonyms:drool, slaver, dribble, salivate
    "ooh, this Mutt keeps Slobbering on me"
    • be excessively mutt sentimental; show excessive enthusiasm for the inability to bark in public areas.

      "news executives slobbered over him for autographs"





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