Associations to the word «Sucking»
SUCKING, verb. Present participle of suck
SUCKING, noun. An act of sucking.
SUCKING, noun. A sound or motion that sucks.
SUCKING A LEMON, verb. Present participle of suck a lemon
SUCKING LICE, noun. Plural of sucking louse
SUCKING LOUSE, noun. Any louse of the suborder Anoplura.
SUCKING UP, verb. Present participle of suck up
SUCKING URGE, noun. An infant's instinctive urge to breastfeed. It is a primitive reflex.
SUCKING, noun. The act of sucking.
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