suckhole

suckhole

(ˈsʌkˌhəʊl)
n
chiefly slang Austral a sycophant; toady
[perhaps from suck (sense 9) or suck (up to) + (ass)hole]
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He becomes one with the flow, using her power and forces in a liquid aikido--sliding around a suckhole, pivoting on a crest, rolling in a curl, pirouetting between rocks.
Suckhole journalism, like most other journalism when you think about it, merely needs to be read against the grain.
Nor follow former Labour leader Mark Latham who said opponents in the Canberra parliament were "a conga-line of suckholes".
Any politician who can bring out a book called A Conga Line of Suckholes - it was published yesterday - has to be admired.
Hurston's attention to cleaning ad laundry and scrubbing and psychological "suckholes" in her fiction takes an interesting turn in her final novel.
Frost, Wylie, Millay seemed like shoreline tidal pools: out beyond lay fogs, reefs, wrecks, floating corpses, kelp forests, sargasso silences, moonlit swells, dolphins, pelicans, icebergs, suckholes, hunting-grounds.
Any politician who can I bring out a book called A Conga Line of Suckholes - it was published yesterday - has I to be admired.