Definition of suckhole in English:

suckhole

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Pronunciation: /sʌkhəʊl
 
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noun

1US informal A whirlpool: figurative the current hot majors will be career suckholes by the time you get your master’s degree
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  • I was thoroughly convinced that I was living in a suckhole devoid of any culture and/or fun.
2Canadian & Australian vulgar slang A sycophant.

verb

[no object] Canadian & Australian vulgar slang Back to top  
Behave in a sycophantic way towards someone: he needs to quit suckholing to the business community

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