- v. present participle of sucker.
“Foreign tourists have been known to find amusement in suckering gullible Americans.”
“Let's make a distinction between people who ask the question with the obvious intent of "suckering" IDers into an a non-scientific argument over theology and asking a legitimate question about designers.”
“We had to go out and do that and they called it "suckering," that was part of the suckering, break off that top.”
“With suckering the main means of reproduction, I thought the dozen or so trees I could see were possibly from the same roots system, ie they could be all the same tree which, with their varying profiles, seems to defy logic.”
“Good to see the Palin/Bachmann Overdrive suckering clowns like you for $10,000 a pop …”
“Several days later, I recieved a call from one of the lower level pencil squeezing lemon suckering SMT suggesting that my comment was ‘flippant’ and he had removed it from the bundle, not being the sort of reply he would expect from a supervisor.”
“Stocks boomed, suckering many people in, only to slump again as government finances here and in Europe sparked a new round of panic.”
“Is this some clever way of driving up traffic stats by suckering people into reading a post twice?”
“Let's face it, they've been hosing us for years on this, suckering billions out of our governments, and turning our children into eco-terrorists with their scare tactics about the "END OF THE WORLD".”
“I believe Obama is suckering liberals in such a way.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘suckering’.
Inspired by reading Aurelia C. Scott, 2007, Otherwise Normal People: Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening. I also have a list for names of rose varieties.
Looking for tweets for suckering.