Definition of necked
: having a neck especially of a specified kind —often used in combination long-necked
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Around Julma Ölkky, a narrow-necked gorge lake as old as the earth itself, Sami once hunted and built primeval tipis out of animal skins.
The Duchess of Cambridge, sporting a white high-necked Alexander McQueen dress not unlike Audrey Hepburn’s Royal Ascot dress from My Fair Lady—and Prince William also joined the festivities.
Falcone wears chunky glasses, a dark suit with faint checks and peak lapels, and an open-necked white shirt, which exposes a medallion hanging from a strap.
The ring-necked snake is small, only around 20 inches long in adulthood.
This dry wine, made from a dozen grape varieties, comes in a unique, thin-necked bottle holding a wild, savory potion.
The top in question was a green wide-necked shirt with long sleeves and a neckline that dipped below her collarbone.
But a better understanding of this ugly disease’s causes might help us make sense of the many other threats to these long-necked animals that have led wild giraffe populations to a precipitous decline—nearly 40 percent in the past 15 years.
Immediately invert pan, placing hollow part of tube over a long-necked wine or other glass bottle to elevate it (if your pan has feet, simply rest upside-down on feet).
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Definition of necked for English Language Learners
: having a neck of a specified kind
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