to slobber all over (something):
the child beslobbered his bib.

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    be aware of or have information about, as in they can’t pull that trick again; we’re on to them now. [ ; second half of 1800s ] discover something important or profitable, as in the researchers claim they are really on to something big. [ ; mid-1900s ]

  • Be on the outs with

    away from, or not in, the normal or usual place, position, state, etc.: out of alphabetical order; to go out to dinner. away from one’s home, country, work, etc., as specified: to go out of town. in or into the outdoors: to go out for a walk. to a state of exhaustion, extinction, or depletion: […]

  • Besmear

    to smear all over; bedaub. to sully; defile; soil: to besmear someone’s reputation. historical examples madame boche, in her turn, caught sight of lantier and uttered a faint cry without ceasing to besmear her face with her tears. l’-ssommoir emile zola they also besmear their bodies with grease and coloured earths. the natural history of […]

  • Be soft on someone

    yielding readily to touch or pressure; easily penetrated, divided, or changed in shape; not hard or stiff: a soft pillow. relatively deficient in hardness, as metal or wood. smooth and agreeable to the touch; not rough or co-rs-: a soft fabric; soft skin. producing agreeable sensations; pleasant or comfortable: soft slumber. low or subdued in […]

  • Besought

    a simple past tense and past participle of beseech. to implore urgently: they besought him to go at once. to beg eagerly for; solicit. to make urgent appeal: earnestly did i beseech, but to no avail. historical examples mr. clay went to him and besought him to withdraw the motion; but in vain. thirty years’ […]

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