He was a little more delicate than I was when a friend asked what I thought about the series: "It sucks," was my subtle response.
The more he talks, the more he sucks, and viewers and critics have been hopping off the Juan wagon.
Second, it sucks to be the party in power during a recession.
He digs peanut butter out of bamboo shoots and sucks on frozen hemp milk and munches on mangoes and sweet potatoes and grapes.
Republicans need to rebuild their brand, which Rand Paul said quite graphically “sucks.”
The printed book, the gnawing worm of the edifice, sucks and devours it.
Do you mean to tell me, Mr. Vivian, that she sucks it still?
It pursues the lobster (legusta), into which it sucks itself; the legusta devours the scorpena, and the scorpena again the murena.
The tobacco smoke eddies and sucks upward to join the wood smoke.
A calf that sucks is the most delicate meat; privateers commonly roast them.
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.
[Sucks! as a contemptuous interjection used by British schoolboys is found by 1913]