Having a neck or neckline of a specified kind. Often used in combination: a long-necked bird; a low-necked dress. (adjective)
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Use "necked" in a sentence
"Why not a 444 Marlin necked down to 40 or 357 cal?"
"Before she leaves, Stefan tells her to gear a high necked sweater, but Elena reveals the almost healed wounds."
"In his stiff-necked pride, Mr. Burroughs runs a hazard more humiliating to that pride than any amount of kinship with the other animals."