The mysterious trailer for the sci-fi adventure (which opens on June 8) already has the Internet salivating.
The Saudis were salivating for North American birds, and Mr. Galbraith's Pigeon King enterprise would satisfy the hunger.
Haldeman: “Colson was salivating with glee at what they might be able to do with it.”
1650s, "cause to produce saliva;" intransitive sense from 1680s, from Latin salivatus, past participle of salivare, from saliva (see saliva). Figurative use in reference to anticipation by 1965. Related: Salivated; salivating.
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.