suck


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Synonyms for suck

be very bad

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  • be very bad
  • be terrible
  • be awful
  • be dreadful
  • be foul
  • be very unpleasant

suck someone in or into something

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  • involve in
  • mix up in
  • draw into
  • implicate in

suck up to someone

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to draw in so that extrication is difficult

suck up: to support slavishly every opinion or suggestion of a superior

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the act of sucking

draw into the mouth by creating a practical vacuum in the mouth

draw something in by or as if by a vacuum

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attract by using an inexorable force, inducement, etc.

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be inadequate or objectionable

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provide sexual gratification through oral stimulation

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Established quantitative measures of NNS dynamics were calculated for each suck sample using an automated waveform discrimination/feature detection algorithm that is implemented on the NTrainer System [23-25, 30, 31, 46].
BANNED Rapper Lil Jon invented Crunk Juce, left BINGE RISK US drink Suck & Blow
Toddlers suck their thumbs because it's comforting.
They use their piercing-sucking mouthpart to penetrate the epithelium and suck the host blood.
Barlow, Ph.D., suggested thinking of the new device as a "motorized pacifier" that teaches preterm neonates how to suck.
"Suck it, suck it, get it wet and luck it" goes the chorus of the opener ...
It may reduce the amount of air that is able to flow through the air handier, it may cause the motor on your HVAC system to burn out earlier than it otherwise would, and it may cause the HVAC system to suck more air in through the holes in the ductwork that it used to.
The infantile urge to suck was the most direct evocation of joy I could come up with.
They have tubular mouthparts through which they suck up their food.
Don't you see that if you did not suck, but you did the opposite action of sucking--that is blowing--[your] successive blowings will heat up the air in the flask and if now you turned it upside down on the water, water will do exactly the same action [of rising] and this has been tested.
His clothes suck, retailers shun him, and he has no trade or consumer buzz.
"Millennials," says Beale, "might look at politics and say 'these people sucks' whereas Gen Xers and baby boomers before them were more likely to say, 'Man, these people suck and the system sucks.'" The new attitude may make Millennials dangerously susceptible to that old utopian mantra: "If only we had the right people in charge ..." As Strauss observes, boomers and Gen Xers were "raised not to follow Hitler or Stalin; Millennials were a post consciousness raising generation"
It has been reported that between 5.9% and 13.6% of 7 to 11-year olds suck their thumbs (Gellin, 1978).
Offer praise and support when the child doesn't suck his thumb.