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drivel

saliva flowing from the mouth; slaver
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I'm talking really counterproductive behavior like dwile flonking, an English sport that consists of little more than a bunch of drinking buddies chucking a beer-soaked cloth at one another while employing game terms like "girting," "drivellers," "swadgers" and other crimes against the English language.
"I have seen many old drivellers," he replied, "on more than one occasion, but I have seen no one who drivelled more than Phormio." (1)
One would suppose stones were scarce in Ireland and her rivers dry when no one hoots such drivellers out of the country.