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Definition of "v-necked" []

  • A neck on a garment that comes down to a point on the throat or chest, resembling the shape of the letter "V" (noun)

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Use "v-necked" in a sentence
  • "She said it that way, using both names, over her knitting - she had been building on a v-necked green sweater for several semesters, and she toted it with her everywhere."
  • "Known for his falsetto, his deep v-necked suits, wild hair (including chest) and tight pants, Plant epitomized the term “Rock God”."
  • "Not only did it have vestaments, chalices and the like, it had a huge section of icons and statues (and off down a hallway, I spotted a cowed priest being made to try on endless black v-necked sweaters by a contingent of nuns, all fussing to find exactly the right sweater for him ...)"
  • "Known for his falsetto, his deep v-necked suits, wild hair (including chest) and tight pants, Plant epitomized the term “Rock God”."
  • "Second, that Sam looks really, REALLY good in a grey v-necked t-shirt."
  • "As for Dean, before he piled on the layering, he looked really, really good in a dark blue v-necked t-shirt, so extra points to Show for giving us Deanskin!"