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Synonyms for slaver



Synonyms for slaver

to let saliva run from the mouth

to support slavishly every opinion or suggestion of a superior

to compliment excessively and ingratiatingly

saliva running from the mouth

excessive, ingratiating praise

Synonyms for slaver

a person engaged in slave trade

someone who holds slaves

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let saliva drivel from the mouth

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These people at Glastonbury, some of them, they really seem to smell not good" Nancy Dell'Olio on a visit to the pop festival "They are very gentle, reasonable people, so I don't entirely agree with all the things that I have read, that there is a sort of slavering rottweiler sitting by my desk" Prime Minister David Cameron, denying a Tory MP's claim that he had been harassed by Downing Street officials "Women are now expected to resemble children with no hair on their body or any kind of humanity in their faces.
When he awakens, he discovers that the zombie apocalypse has befallen humanity and most people are now slavering, flesh-craving monsters.
Once the council estate hard nut's mutt of choice, the slavering Alsatian was usurped by beefier and potentially more psychotic breeds: Rottweiler, Doberman, Mastiff, Akita.
It will only result in David Cameron and George Osborne swaggering in wearing their gleaming riding boots, surrounded by slavering hounds and hauling a dead fox across the carpet.
After monkeys, carrying a deadly contagion, are released by animal rights activists, almost the entire British population are transformed into slavering, bloodspewing zombies.
Dialogue is laughable and the stupidity of mankind never ceases to amaze, like the National Guard commander who opens the hatch to his armoured tank in the heat of battle and emerges into the slavering jaws of an Alien.
Why we will not call them gypsies) It pulls the skin like stillness, it touches as raking, as slavering currents.
Kurohime herself is a master of "witch bullets" with the power to call slavering fantastic beasts; her arrogance led her to confront the gods themselves, and they punished her with a curse that traps her in a near-powerless preteen body
While the archives will shed light on papal attitudes to these dictators and totalitarianisms, various media types are slavering at the mouth in prospect of uncovering damning evidence against the Pope they love to hate, Pins XII, then Vatican Secretary of State.
Perhaps I am the exception; perhaps all others who partake of these games are bloody, slavering things who, after an hour of joystick stimulus, go and skulk about in dark alleys, waiting to cudgel unsuspecting passers-by.
PINK PANTER Scarlett Johansson dons her All Stars to flee a mob of 40-something slavering journalists in Venice.
In CBDs the world over, Mammon has replaced God as the object of slavering, unquestioning veneration, business bureaucrats have superseded popes as the great patrons of art and architecture (underlining the Church's loss of its historical wealth, status and power) and shopping is the new religion (although there have always been ways to buy your place in heaven -- Giotto's exquisite, transcendent frescoes at the Scrovegni Chapel in Padua, for example, were commissioned by Enrico Scrovegni, son of a notorious usurer Reginaldo, in attempted expiation of his father's sins.
To her, the villains in this case are obvious: They are the corporations that heartlessly market to underage consumers, slavering after the annual $155 billion in discretionary income Quart says they control (although the source of that figure is not cited).
You have to cover a broad range of music, but a well- written, enthusiastic review of a band in the ascendancy merits more column inches than eighties nostalgia acts or the slavering account of the view up Sky's kilt.
Anyway, things were going along profitably until the arrival of Jessica Hahn, a relentless and apparently quite good investigative reporter for the Charlotte Observer (during a recent meeting with a still-hurt but forgiving Tammy Faye, he asks her to autograph copies of his PTL scandal book for a charity auction, which she does) and slavering packs of media hounds and sanctimonious finger-waggers.