Then . . . with the political class at the point of salivation . . . nothing happened.
This in its mildest form is catarrhal or erythematous, and is attended only by slight swelling tenderness and salivation.
salivation is insufficient, the patellar reflex intermittent.
Fetid breath, salivation, and difficulty in deglutition are usually the first manifestations of the disease to attract attention.
Sucking chlorate of potash has been recommended to check the salivation.
The salivation is excessive, the saliva bloody and often extremely fetid.
When salivation has been induced, serum is poured out, and the texture of the gums is loosened and rendered spongy.
A rise of temperature precedes the vesicular eruption, which is accompanied by salivation and a peculiar “smacking” of the lips.
salivation is by no means a necessary object, nor have we seen it produced even by a scruple dose of calomel.
On being put back there was again noticed the salivation and running at the eyes, with giddiness, and repeated rising and falling.
salivation sal·i·va·tion (sāl'ə-vā'shən)
The act or process of secreting saliva.