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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