a list of names and addresses of persons considered by a business, charity organization, etc., to be likely purchasers or donors.
A list of names of likely prospects for making purchases or donations, as in Some charities raise money by selling their sucker lists to other organizations. This term uses sucker in the sense of “dupe,” a usage that in turn alludes to the naiveté of a baby suckling at its mother’s breast. [ ; 1940s ]
[suhk-er-puhnch] /ˈsʌk ərˌpʌntʃ/ verb (used with object), Slang. 1. to strike (someone) with an unexpected blow. sucker for
[suhk-er-puhnch] /ˈsʌk ərˌpʌntʃ/ verb (used with object), Slang. 1. to strike (someone) with an unexpected blow.
noun 1. a utensil for sweetmeats of the 16th, 17th, and early 18th centuries, having fork tines at one end and a spoon bowl at the other end of a common stem.
noun, plural (especially collectively) suckfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) suckfishes. 1. remora (def 1). 2. a clingfish.
- Suck hind tit