Every ramification has its feeder, and sucks up food for the tree with avidity.
To offset this list we have given Europe the vilest of all weeds, a parasite that sucks up human blood, tobacco.
That fire makes a draught that sucks up the foul air from the bottom of the pit.
Meyer takes an iron and it steams and it presses hard, it sucks up the grime.
Imbibing; that imbibes or sucks up; variously applied in science and art.
It sucks up all the sunlight there is, and makes the world very gray and dull, like a day in November.
This sucks up the gas stored in the gasometer and the water contained in the reservoir, and forces them into the sphere.
A river is called malevolent, and a lake swallows up men; the earth is thirsty and sucks up moisture, and plants fear the cold.
The steam generated in the boiler passes into the ejector, sucks up the water and forces it out in a tepid state.
Then he sucks up the softer parts and grinds the harder between his jaws.