suck from

suck something from something

to draw something out of something by the application of a vacuum. Freddie used his straw to suck the last of the cola from the can. The machine sucked the water from the bottom of the barrel.
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But often poor people cannot observe so many Precautions, and such Mothers are obliged to give their Children suck from the first day.