Look, if there are not a number of dead fish which the waterspout must have sucked up.
He put his trunk into the tub of water, and sucked up as much as he could.
Where de sun able to reach it it almost gone, sucked up into de sky.
It sucks out my mortality as mists are sucked up by the sun.
This carries a fine spray of petrol to be sucked up through the nozzle.
With a dropper he sucked up a bit of the liquid from the test-tube.
The oil is sucked up into the wick and slowly decreases in volume.
When his jaw was in repose it appeared as if the lower part of his face had been sucked up into the upper like a lid into its box.
The writer of the above suggests, with some degree of hesitation, that these fish were sucked up by waterspouts.
They are sucked up by two cupping vessels, (“cotyloid”—cup-like—cavities,) and held there as long as you live, and longer.