Even if that truth involves flying brains, the crack of bones, and the sucking sound of meat pulled from meat.
Helpless creatures, sucking at our resources, who could die or be injured at any minute?
“In order to save the day, I had to siphon gasoline out of a car, which involved me sucking it out of a tube,” said Donahue.
He has an undescribed “medical condition,” and even feeds himself by sucking up a food substitute through a straw under his mask.
With Schwarzenegger sucking up media attention, Brown has been free to make plans with remarkably little scrutiny.
Can you see any connection between a sucking baronet and publishing?
Her hissing and sucking might have been a living gasp for breath.
The members were sucking blissfully while Lorraine went round and collected the literary portion of the entertainment.
Lantier, who felt gay, was sucking his barley-sugar, and smacking his lips.
Ay Will, 'I'll roar thee gently' as any sucking dove, an' there seemeth need to roar at all.
Old English sucan, from PIE root *sug-/*suk- of imitative origin (cf. Old Saxon, Old High German sugan, Old Norse suga, Middle Dutch sughen, Dutch zuigen, German saugen "to suck;" Latin sugere "to suck," succus "juice, sap;" Old Irish sugim, Welsh sugno "to suck"). Meaning "do fellatio" is first recorded 1928. Slang sense of "be contemptible" first attested 1971 (the underlying notion is of fellatio). Related: Sucked; sucking. Suck eggs is from 1906. Suck hind tit "be inferior" is American English slang first recorded 1940.
To be in a disadvantageous situation; get the worst and least of things: The plum assignments are there. The press coverage is there. We're up here sucking hind tit
[late 1930s+; fr the presumed disadvantage of a suckling at the nethermost teat]
for forming adjectives Inferior to or imitative of what is indicated: sub–Woody Allen (1963+)