from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A take-in; a fraud.
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Fingers together, arm movement to the mouth, and a long suck-in of air made it easy to see what he was saying.
It had the suck-in and the blow-out of the breath, the uh! and the ah!
And it didn't suck-in fact, it's one of this art-rock skeptic's favorite albums of all time.
Friday's driving force was to recapture the 200 day MA once again which bulls hope will suck-in more buyers.
Have that Team of Destiny feel after the miracle Week 17 suck-in.