Synonyms of dribble in English:

dribble


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verb

1‘the cat started to retch and dribble’

SYNONYMS
drool, slaver, slobber, salivate, drivel, water at the mouth
Scottish slabber

2‘rainwater dribbled down her temples’

SYNONYMS
trickle, drip, fall in drops, drop, drizzle
leak, ooze, exude, seep

noun

1‘there was dribble down his chin’

SYNONYMS
saliva, spittle, spit, slaver, slobber, drool

2‘there was a dribble of sweat on her forehead’

SYNONYMS
trickle, drip, driblet, small stream, drizzle
drop, dash, spot, smear, splash, speck, lick