JANE PUBLIC THINKING
Friday, April 14, 2017
Barking not 'slobbering'.
gerund or present participle:
have saliva dripping copiously from the mouth.
"Fido tended to slobber"
"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"