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Being Doing Feeling > Actions > Spit and Dribble

Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.

bespit (Arch.) to spit upon.
conspue to spit upon, to despise.
dribble saliva (verb) to drivel
dribbler one who dribbles.
dribbly given to dribbling.
drool drivel, saliva (verb) to drivel
drooly given to drooling.
expectorate to eject from the throat or lungs by coughing or hawking and spitting.
flob (Sl.) to spit or gob.
gob (Sl.) the mouth (verb) to spit
gooby (NZ) spittle.
goss (Dial.) to spit.
hockle (Dial.) to spit.
hork to spit.
loogie a mess of saliva and phlegm.
pituita (Arch.) phlegm, mucus.
pituite (Arch.) phlegm, mucus.
slabber drivel (verb) to slaver; to drivel
slabbery like, or covered with, slabber.
slaver spittle; (verb) to let spittle run from the mouth
slaverer one who slavers.
slaveringly (Adv.) SLAVERING.
slobber drool, spittle (verb) to drool
slobberer one who slobbers.
slobbery given to slobbering.
spawl (Arch.) spittle, saliva; (verb) to spit.
spet to spit; to throw out.
spit saliva; (verb) to emit saliva to pierce with a spit
spitter one who spits.
spittly like or covered with spittle.
spitty marked with saliva.
yoker one who puts a yoke on; (verb) to spit.