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suckling

noun suck·ling \ˈsə-kliŋ\

Definition of SUCKLING

:  a young unweaned animal

Origin of SUCKLING

Middle English suklyng, from suken to suck
First Known Use: 13th century

Rhymes with SUCKLING

Suckling

biographical name Suck·ling \ˈsə-kliŋ\

Definition of SUCKLING

Sir John 1609–1642 Eng. Cavalier poet

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