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I need to understand, is 'drool' also used to express how you are in awe of something. Like, is this sentence right?

I am all drools for this library. It has a great collection of books.

Correct me if I am wrong.

Thanks.

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It would probably be understandable—but the noun drool isn't normally used that way. And anybody hearing it would find it strange.

Also, while I'd like to say that adrool is a word, I can't. Because it isn't.


However, something that is a word, and which fits your meaning, is agog:

[Merriam-Webster]

: full of intense interest or excitement : EAGER
// kids all agog over new toys

So, in your sentence, the closest expression that uses an entirely normal phrase is:

I'm all agog over this library. It has a great collection of books.

  • One normally 'drools' at the thought of appetising food, or, by extension, something that offers physical gratification. – Kate Bunting Feb 19 at 9:24

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