n.) The part of an animal which connects the head and the trunk, and which, in man and many other animals, is more slender than the trunk.
He has a thick neck.
I seized the cat by the neck.
She has a scarf around her neck.
She felt something touch her neck.
She had a gold chain around her neck.
My husband damaged a nerve in his neck.
She had a towel draped around her neck.
He felt a tickle on the back of his neck.
The neck of the zebra was nipped by a lion.
She threw her arms around her husband’s neck.
She playfully rubs suntan lotion on his neck.
I sprained my neck while sleeping.
The glands in the neck may enlarge.
A diamond necklace adorned her neck.
The neck of a shirt gets dirty easily.
She felt his neck. There was no pulse.
Her talkativeness is a pain in the neck.
My debts are a millstone around my neck.
Her key hung on a string around her neck.
She wore a string of beads round her neck.
Her hair was cut short at the nape of her neck.
She wore a scarf loosely knotted around her neck.
Cats carry their kittens by the scruff of the neck.
The older woman had a lean face, a long neck, and an aquiline nose.
Inflation is still a millstone round the neck of British businesses.
She turned away from the door, and fell into salt water, right up to her neck.
Opinion polls show the two main parties are running neck and neck.
Some people are up to their necks in debt.
The sun beat down on our necks and backs.
Heads wobbling on pale necks, like heavy flowers.
They were up to their necks in trouble with the press.
That institution has always been an albatross on their necks.
She was wearing a brightly flowered summer dress, high necked and with short sleeves.
Jemma found her friends necking in the back of the car.