drivel definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To slobber; drool.
    • To move like spittle or saliva.
    • To chat stupidly or childishly.
    • To slaver; to let spittle fall or movement from the lips, like a kid, idiot, or dotard.
    • is weak or silly; to dote
  • verb-transitive:
    • allowing to move from the lips.
    • to state (some thing) stupidly.
  • noun:
    • Saliva flowing from the mouth.
    • Stupid or mindless talk.
    • senseless talk; nonsense
    • saliva, drool
    • A fool; an idiot.
    • A servant; a drudge.
    • Slaver; saliva flowing from mouth.
    • Inarticulate or unmeaning utterance; silly talk; babble.
    • A driveler; a fool; an idiot.
    • A servant; a drudge.
    • Slaver; saliva flowing through the mouth.
    • Silly, unmeaning talk; inarticulate nonsense; senseless twaddle, like talk of an idiot.
    • A servant; a drudge; a slave.
    • saliva spilling from mouth
    • a worthless message
  • verb:
    • having saliva drip from mouth; to drool.
    • To talk nonsense; to chat senselessly
    • let saliva drivel from lips
  • others:
    • To slaver; allow spittle fall or flow from the lips, like a child, an idiot, or a dotard.
    • is weak or foolish; talk weakly or foolishly; dote.

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