- v suck milk from the mother's breasts
- v give suck to
The wetnurse suckled the infant
- s (of an infant) breast-fed
- Both are suckled by Jianli's mother and raised as brothers.
- No question that the underground comix artists of the 60s were suckled on, and took inspiration from, his rude and capacious world-view.
- He discovered them brash and raw, and without changing their music he shaped them and made them presentable for a mass audience that suckled on the television tube.
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- Movie review: 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' a bare-boned, derivative drama
Sitting through David Lowery's aesthetically beguiling faux-Western, “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,” merely left me craving an umpteenth look at “Badlands” and “Days of Heaven,” Terrence Malick films Lowery obviously suckled as intently as his mama’s breast.
Aug. 23, 2013 - The Canton Repository
- Francesco Rutelli in guardian.co.uk
But culture minister Francesco Rutelli said: "This could reasonably be the place attesting to the myth of Rome, one of the most well-known in the world: the legendary cave where the she-wolf suckled Romulus and Remus, saving them from death."
- Yona Metzger in Jerusalem Post
Several Hindu leaders expressed their dismay at Muslim violence,added Metzger. "They told me that both Judaism and Hinduism were the mothers from which all other religions suckled. But sometimes the offspring bite the breast that feeds...
- Lou Dobbs in Huffington Post (blog)
Either produce a birth certificate, or subject yourself to the continuing rumors that you suckled at a wild canine's teat,Mr. Dobbs said.