Top Definition
Suclivity | suc•liv•i•ty | suck'livətē
noun ( pl. -ties)
A tendency for something to regularly suck; an inclination or predisposition toward suckieness.

ORIGIN: early 2010 depression era of the United States: derived from suck and proclivity. Earlier roots stem from Latin clivus ‘slope', and from suck, slang 'radically uncool'.
"The suclivity of recent economic indicators reveal a housing market with no buyers, no work for 10% of the economy, and no end in sight."

"Despite a fruitful morning, the Monday suclivity began to show when I noticed the flat tire on my car."
by kphinn February 09, 2010
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