Born to a mad goddess and diseased from the moment you first sucked milk.
When night fell he huddled beneath a shrivelled cow-tree and sucked sour milk from its bark nipples.
They fed by forcing their mouths into the ground and sucking milk from the backs of sludge-worms.
The colt would suck milk off a rag, and Clara was determined to save it if she could.
As he strains to suck milk from his mother's shrivelled breast, his flesh wrinkles like a wizened old man.
Dennis would suck milk from the teats of the farm cows.
True, they weren't ornamental adipose tissue like human dugs, they were organs muscular and vascular, from which her infants had sucked not milk but blood.
Babies have a sucking reflex that enables them to suck and swallow milk.
The baby was still too new to suck milk, but her mind was open and drinking, drinking.