suck off


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suck off

v. Vulgar Slang
To perform fellatio on someone.
See also: off, suck
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The Reserve Bank of India today announced the sale of Government of India stock for a total amount of Rs15,000 crore, in bid to suck off extra liquidity in the system.
We've heard that Mike Huckabee [has been] cozying up to John McCain and helping him suck off some--siphon off some of those conservative voters from Mitt Romney.
They were brushed up, put into bags and sold as halfpenny monsters to the kids who had to suck off the sawdust.
Marianne invites foreigners to imagine they're in England before her masterclass on how to nibble the edges, bite off the sponge base, suck off the chocolate leaving just the disc of orange jelly.
He claims to be a Bosnian refugee, and he is willing to suck off Cockroft once a week in exchange for room and board.
I'd been there in the rain, When the mud turned the camp into a quagmire that tried to suck off your boots.
He can look at himself in mirrors and his trusty Poltergust 3000 vacuum cleaner can suck off drapes and tablecloths, as well as empty dusty seats of their hidden payloads of gold coins.
It's not exactly quicksand, but it can still suck off a boot.