- v. Simple past tense and past participle of suckle.
- adj. (of an infant) breast-fed
“And yet, when you look at the most successful authors (new and old), and I mean the bigtime successful ones, across the board the vast majority are ones who have never suckled from the teat of overt marketing/promotion.”
“I stayed silent, mostly because I really hated it when she said the word “suckled.””
“The way he had of patting her breast as he suckled, the incalculable wisdom in his newborn eyes.”
“I grew up as a Chicaza noble, literally suckled on the art of war; but until the arrival of the Kristianos . . .”
“His clever Reginleit stroked him so perfectly as she suckled.”
“As he suckled her, she clutched him close, kneading the muscles in his back with growing fervor.”
“We also find it ironic that some whites whose ancestors some of our ancestors worked for for free, suckled and raised their children, cooked their meals, and wiped their behinds among other things delight in calling us lazy.”
“In other words, she suckled at the taxpayers 'teat for _____ (fill in the number of year) s and did nothing ... just like everyone else in the GOP.”
“Often having an erection standing up in eternity, that god, which was hidden in a cave, suckled by a goat.”
“He popped his lips at the sight of the bottle and suckled greedily.”
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