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verb (used without object), salivated, salivating.
to produce saliva.
verb (used with object), salivated, salivating.
to produce an excessive secretion of saliva in, as by mercurial poisoning.
(intransitive) to secrete saliva, esp an excessive amount
(transitive) to cause (a laboratory animal, etc) to produce saliva, as by the administration of mercury

salivate sal·i·vate (sāl’ə-vāt’)
v. sal·i·vat·ed, sal·i·vat·ing, sal·i·vates

To secrete or produce saliva.

To produce excessive salivation in.


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