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Verb: suck in
  1. Take up as if with a sponge
    - take in, sop up, take up
     
  2. Attract by using an inexorable force, inducement, etc.
    - suck
     
  3. Draw in as if by suction
    "suck in your cheeks and stomach";
    - draw in

Derived forms: sucked in, sucks in, sucking in

See also: suck

Type of: absorb, consume, core out, have, hollow, hollow out, ingest, take, take in