verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of suck
Related formssuck·less, adjectiveout·suck, verb (used with object)un·sucked, adjective
Examples from the Web for sucks
Republicans need to rebuild their brand, which Rand Paul said quite graphically “sucks.”Can Obama and a Republican Senate Find Common Ground?|Eleanor Clift|November 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Today, she takes the formula from me and sucks down every last drop of liquid like a desert-thirsty nomad.
Or to put it another if equally inadequate way: Whatever comes next, sucks.Comedy Is His Calling: The Brilliance of Billy Crystal|Tom Shales|April 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In January, the Shreveport Times reported that McAllister said that his job "sucks [and] it ain't no fun."
The more he talks, the more he sucks, and viewers and critics have been hopping off the Juan wagon.
He shakes his head in a dismal way several times, and sucks hard at his cigar as he shakes it.The Dop Doctor|Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
In a minute or two the newborn pigling creeps close to its mother and sucks milk.The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4)|J. Arthur Thomson
He must have been strongly tempted to retort: "I wasn't whacked, so sucks!"Tell England|Ernest Raymond
The practitioner scarifies over the seat of pain, and then sucks about the wound.Original Narratives of Early American History|Vaca and Others
New York sucks in all the young blood of the country—the talent and energy.