long·​neck | \ ˈlȯŋ-ˌnek \

Definition of longneck

: beer served in a bottle that has a long neck

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Fishermen have raked wild soft-shell clams, also called steamers or longnecks, from coastal muck in Maine and other states for hundreds of years. Washington Post, "As clam harvesting declines, could farming be the answer?," 3 June 2018 At Griff's in Montrose, the smoke of steak night wafted across long tables filled with longnecks and a sea of Astros orange. Mark Collette, Houston Chronicle, "Fans still believe in Astros' destiny," 31 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of longneck

1976, in the meaning defined above

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