Definition Of neck
(of two people) kiss and caress amorously.
we started necking on the sofa
a narrow part of something, resembling a neck in shape or position.
There was blossom on the trees, birds were singing and a stork was nesting in the neck of a rusting water tower on an abandoned farm.
form a narrowed part at a particular point when subjected to tension.
the nylon filament necks down to a fraction of its original diameter
swallow (something, especially a drink).
after necking some beers, we left the bar
the length of a horse's head and neck as a measure of its lead in a race.
the colt won the 122nd running of the Midsummer Derby by a neck
Example Of neck
A common example of this is the cervical smear test, which is a biopsy of the cells around a woman's cervix, the neck of the womb.
A European bowed string instrument with a neck and resonator carved from a single piece of wood.
After about twenty five minutes we passed through the narrow neck leading into Eagle bay.
After being ninth with a furlong left to run, War Chant rallied six wide to win by a neck .
After bouncing weighted nymphs along the bottom through the neck of a pool, a good-sized fish took, ran several yards and came off.