verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- such as it is,
- suck in,
- suck off,
- suck up to,
- sucker bait
Origin of suck
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.