Meaning of sucker
Pronunciation: (suk'ur), [key]
- a person or thing that sucks.
- a person easily cheated, deceived, or imposed upon.
- an infant or a young animal that is suckled, esp. a suckling pig.
- a part or organ of an animal adapted for sucking nourishment, or for adhering to an object as by suction.
- any of several freshwater, mostly North American food fishes of the family Catostomidae, having thick lips: some are now rare.
- a lollipop.
- the piston of a pump that works by suction, or the valve of such a piston.
- a pipe or tube through which something is drawn or sucked.
- a shoot rising from a subterranean stem or root.
- a person attracted to something as indicated: He's a sucker for new clothes.
- any person or thing: He's one of those smart, handsome suckers everybody likes. They're good boots, but the suckers pinch my feet.
- to make a sucker of; fool; hoodwink: another person suckered by a con artist.
- to send out suckers or shoots, as a plant.
- sucker (Thesaurus)