One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1US informal A whirlpool.
- ‘I was thoroughly convinced that I was living in a suckhole devoid of any culture and/or fun.’
2Australian Canadian vulgar slang A sycophant.toady, creep, crawler, fawner, flatterer, flunkey, truckler, groveller, doormat, lickspittle, kowtower, obsequious person, minion, hanger-on, leech, puppet, spaniel, uriah heepView synonyms
verb[no object]Australian, Canadian
Behave in a sycophantic way towards someone.‘he needs to quit suckholing to the business community’be obsequious to, be sycophantic to, be servile to, curry favour with, pay court to, play up to, crawl to, creep to, ingratiate oneself with, dance attendance on, fall over oneself for, kowtow to, toady to, truckle to, bow and scrape before, grovel before, cringe before, abase oneself beforeView synonyms
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