(verb) pronounced: swilk.
to swallow, gulp, or suck with a slobbering noise; to swallow food with an abnormal amount of noise; to eat like a hog at a trough.
Originally of Scottish origin, suilk has come to be used in English, and have English verb conjugations. Thus, "suilking" is the act, and a "suilker" is one who suilks.
Commonly used as an insult or provocation.
Cut it out! Your suilking makes me sick.

Suilk, suilk, suilk--that's all you've done tonight! You are the master suilker, all right.

My worst habit is suilking. I just can't eat soup without it.
作者 whey 2005年5月22日

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