Verb(1) suck milk from the mother's breasts(2) give suck to
(1) the infant's biological need to suckle(2) Milk production of the breed is, however, still more than sufficient to suckle the calf, and several farmers still milk their cows and process milk into typical cheeses.(3) The calf will suckle for up to 13 months and may remain with the mother for another 2-3 months after weaning.(4) The production of milk comes from suckling on the nipple, and a baby may not suckle frequently enough if it is in a routine.(5) They suckle their calves for eighteen months, carry them on their backs when they are tired and gently guide them along with their flippers.(6) At one point, they tie the mother camel's legs together so the baby can suckle , but once free she wanders away, her unhappy calf following at a distance behind her.(7) Then one watches the gentle firmness with which a herdsman will get a reluctant goat to suckle a kid and realizes how precious these animals are to the Rabari.(8) It is best that calves suckle from all 4 teats, but make sure at least 2 teats are suckled.(9) Informal wet-nursing ranges from the occasional nursing of another woman's child to a private arrangement to suckle a baby whose mother is ailing or who has died.(10) Above, looking down from the top stories of the houses, you could see the outlines of large veiled women with kohl-darkened eyes staring down over latticed balustrades, disappearing occasionally to slap a toddler or suckle an infant.(11) This process of making different kinds of milk at different times may be initiated by changes in the way the infant suckles .(12) Images of Charity personified often show a child suckling at each of her breasts.(13) ├ö├ç├┐It's impossible to forgive,├ö├ç├û she said, her infant baby suckling at her breast.(14) But virtually all begging street urchins, maimed men, mothers suckling infants and other ragged destitutes are Tibetan, not Chinese.(15) There are ewers like eagles and cockerels, incense-burners like lynxes and a water-pourer in the form of an unfortunate humped cow (properly a zebu) which suckles its calf while a lion bites its hump.(16) In doing so, the artist chose to make explicit the sensual undertones which cannot be separated from any image of a beautiful young woman suckling her child.
1. breastfeed ::
2. feed ::
3. nurse ::
Different Formssuckle, suckled, suckles
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