suc·to·ri·al adjective \ˌsək-ˈtȯr-ē-əl\
: adapted for sucking; especially : serving to draw up fluid or to adhere by suction <suctorial mouths>
Origin of SUCTORIAL
New Latin suctorius,
from Latin sugere
First Known Use: 1833
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