You've been sucked into a bad deal thinking you could turn.
I have a feeling I'm about to be sucked into another season.
You trying to say a car was sucked into the building?
If I got my husband sucked into it, come on.
The gun could then have been sucked away into space, and lost.
Nobody had a chance to get off: all were sucked down into the deep.
The wind was only the air in the hall being sucked into the place on the other side of the door.
We'll see how many you suck into your web with this.
Very well said - important not to get sucked into the wrong debate.
The girls get sucked into the future and are surprised at what they see.
And those higher prices suck in money from the rest of the economy.
The old man seemed to be trying to suck in enough air to speak.
If he had to suck a few in return, how bad could that be?
Why did I ever allow myself to be so sucked in?
But she sucked in some air and pulled herself out of it.
I sucked in air, trying to sense them, how many, who they were.
The water kept taking me under, and I was more concerned about sucking in air than getting to the other side.
Instead, she sucked in a deep breath, as if to get control of herself.
He sucked in some air and spoke into the small green voice box.
He sucked in a breath and opened his eyes again.
"Are you the one who screwed me over the last time?"
The big E doesn't want anyone doing a knight's move on it, back in time and then forward again, to screw over its origin.
Because time has shown us repeatedly that companies have no problem screwing over people.
He wouldn't want to screw that up over a woman.
"Only after they started screwing over the people here," Jackson replied.
"Aren't you the one who screwed me over last time here?"
It's one thing to fudge on the state budget, another to screw over an insurance company.
She screwed over her cheeks, across her eyes a been talking about it all day.
However, this would basically screw over the site and all of its legitimate users.