from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A glass beer bottle with an elongated neck.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A type of beer bottle with a long neck.
- n. A longneck eel.
- n. An apatosaur, or other similar sauropods
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The pintail duck, Dafila acuta. G. Trumbull, 1888. See cut under Dafila.
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It was held at a posh exotic wildlife ranch, where the Republican faithful sipped longneck beers while kudus and wildebeests wandered the grounds.
Had a ex-girlfriend that could carry a longneck beer BETWEEN her boobs.
He took a sip off the longneck and handed the bottle to her.
He sat at a table by himself not far from the dance floor and the bandstand and ordered a longneck beer and a basket of french fries that had been cooked in chicken fat.
My adrenaline-fed high had gone the way all dry drunks come and go, like a brief revisit to the psychological and moral insanity that had constituted my life when the cathedral I entered every afternoon was an empty New Orleans saloon with a long mahogany bar at the end of which a solitary corked bottle of charcoal-filter whiskey and a shot glass and a longneck Jax waited for me.
Other companies were serving French delicacies in their chalets; Bell offered Texas beef barbecue, Lone Star beer in longneck bottles, American wines.
You know how hard it is to find a new case for a longneck?
She put the beer bottle down on her patio table, hard enough that a bit of the brew splashed out the longneck.
There were four vacant stools in a row at the far end, but she chose a single between a truck driver drinking Bud from a longneck and two secretaries gossiping over strawberry daquiris.
Nonetheless, if you want the perfect soundtrack to creeping around the corners of suburban America, unemployed, looking for some dough or the cheapest longneck in thezip-code, I highly advise that you get your broke ass down to the Best Buy and pick up the freshman effort from Black Joe Lewis and The Honeybears.
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