But they could not suck up enough water to quench their terrible thirst.
Her young ones also suck up blood: And where the slain are, there is she.
The wood sucked up the varnish as a desert might suck up water.
Her young ones also suck up blood: and where the slain are, there is she.
In an instant the machine began to suck up water from the river.
Rather sit still and suck up that green gooey than do anything.
They suck up as much as they wish, and then give place to others.
It would be noon before the sun could suck up this moisture.
The salt-pits should first be encrusted with salt, so that they may not suck up the water.
Absorbents in medicine are substances such as chalk, charcoal, &c., that absorb or suck up excessive secretion of fluid or gas.