suckable

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suck +‎ -able

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suckable (comparative more suckable, superlative most suckable)

  1. Able to be sucked, or suitable for sucking
    • 2009, Ken Smith, Spunky Sailor
      His cock began growing—six, seven... eight-and-a- half and still rising—bloody hell ten incredible inches of superb and suckable cock snaking invitingly down the leg of his breeches.
    • 2005, Sandra Smidt, Observing, assessing and planning for children in the early years
      The child tries things over and over again to work out things like 'What things are suckable' and then works out categories of suckable and non-suckable things.

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