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Etymology

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From cock +‎ sucker.

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  • Rhymes: -ɒksʌkə(ɹ)

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cocksucker (plural cocksuckers)

  1. (vulgar, colloquial, derogatory) Someone who performs fellatio.
    • 1970, Donald Warman, Some of my best friends, page 102:
      After he said the kid was a no-talent cocksucker whose teeth were always in the way ...
    • 1982 April 10, Charley Shively, “Ed Hood of Cambridge Dies”, in Gay Community News, page 3:
      He attended every Monday night show at Skipper's, where he knew everyone and everyone knew him. Here he was affectionately called "Ed Head" and was famous for being the most sophisticated cocksucker anywhere — the fabulous GTX, "Golden Throated Extra."
  2. (vulgar, colloquial, derogatory) A very annoying or objectionable person.
    I'm extremely happy that I'm not a part of a committee that cocksucker is in.
    • 1970, Salambo Forest, On my throbbing engine, page 120:
      "Bodie!... You cocksucker, you said it wouldn't snow any more! You said we could make it!"
    • 1992, David Mamet, Glengarry Glen Ross (film), spoken by Blake (Alec Baldwin):
      You think this is abuse? You think this is abuse, you cocksucker?

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