Definitions

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  • adv. With a sucking sound or motion.

Etymologies

sucking +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Mr. Linton would doubtless be lemon-suckingly disapproving.

    Archive 2007-08-12

  • Just for the entertainment value, let's do a quick recap emphasis thigh-suckingly added:

    Lawsuit, or no lawsuit?

  • Your idiot-in-chief's opening line: "Just for the entertainment value, let's do a quick recap emphasis thigh-suckingly added:"

    Lawsuit, or no lawsuit?

  • That might require a bit of explanation, as we read emphasis thigh-suckingly added:

    He's a lawyer? Really?

  • Sparky: "Just for the entertainment value, let's do a quick recap emphasis thigh-suckingly added:"

    Hello? Blogging Tories? *Tap*. *Tap*. Is this thing on?

  • "Just for the entertainment value, let's do a quick recap emphasis thigh-suckingly added:"

    Hello? Blogging Tories? *Tap*. *Tap*. Is this thing on?

  • And now that Mike has finished being as thigh-suckingly ignorant as, oh, "Hunter" or a can of Spam, let's check in with the real world.

    Sometimes, the stupid is truly scary.

  • Here is what we know, C2: 1. Was 5.5lbs when born and in the NICU for a week with NG feeding tube 2. Had zero prenatal care and Mom did drugs and was high at birth same for the Commander 3. Has no visual tracking abilities 4. Is a poor feeder and won't wake for feedings and when woken has a hard time suckingly

    Monster Decision

  • And while one could painfully, methodically, thigh-suckingly slowly eviscerate that abject stupidity, I think there's a more interesting way to look at this.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • That summary alone sounds brain-suckingly familiar.

    Archive 2007-01-01

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