- adj. Without a neck.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. lacking or apparently lacking a neck; -- of a garment.
- adj. lacking or apparently lacking a neck
- neck + -less (Wiktionary)
“From my window I can see myself on the other side of the world, almost neckless, in a place where I don't have a shadow, where my fingers are fused to the keyboard forever and my tongue licks the screen hoping to pick up those very last pixels that escaped my wandering attention.”
“# Davidon 20 May 2009 at 1: 56 pm anyways so if the neckless thing is no good what other begining could i use then?”
“Enjoyment of any game these days is bound to be regularly disturbed by some bloke, generally so wide, vast and neckless that if he sprayed himself green he'd be a dead-ringer for Thunderbird 2, who apparently suffers from a medical condition that means he has to eat a hamburger and fries every 15 minutes or he will lapse into a coma.”
“For starters they would run around in circles of insanity trying to reattach their empty heads to their neckless shoulders shouting assinine comments about liberals while trying to stop their drooling.”
“MarkBaynard: Not even the neckless jock who stole my lunch money and my briefcase and stuffed me in my own locker in the 7th grade.”
“It was a frog-like being, in the same fashion as the charr were cat-like: bipedal, a great-mouthed head topping a round, neckless body.”
“Everyone in the joint was fat and neckless and looked like they wanted to fight if you made eye contact—even the women.”
“She looked like one of those overpadded, neckless football linemen, except in heavy navy tweed.”
“And while they may look like neckless wonders—their heads appearing to be attached directly to their shoulders—in truth, they have deceptively long necks, which they can twist and turn more than 180 degrees to attack with the speed of a striking snake.”
“Docked to those massive shoulders, it appeared neckless.”
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