from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A scarf, often of fur.
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- n. A piece of clothing to be worn around the neck.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an article of apparel worn about the neck
Stacy Engman, the curator for the National Arts Club, wore a black neckpiece by the French designer Claude Montana over a sparkly cocktail dress.
Big, bold shapes are the order of the day in Erickson Beamon ' s collection for Kinder Aggugini, which includes leather link bracelets combined with gold, and a Masai-inspired neckpiece, £ 1,000.
It reminds me of some beaded neckpiece that our tribal women wear.
Never understood why…Instead of having a screen actor “growl” his lines as Batman and really not working, the cowl would have a voice altering function built into the neckpiece and then Conor could just voiceover.
Wearing a buckskin loincloth, leather wristbands, and a saber-toothed neckpiece dangling at his chest, BodySlam looked like an African warrior, ferocious and primitive.
For example, when the Colossus of Rhodes was toppled by an earthquake, Egyptian cultists spirited away its head, rescuing the Capstone Piece on its neckpiece.
She surprised them further by walking onto the graveled yard at recess, her neckpiece cutting hard into the flesh beneath her heavy jaw.
However, for once the didn't object, and seemed to rather admire himself in the ornate neckpiece.
The cat, even with his coat grown back to only half its length, was an uncomfortable neckpiece to wear in the heat of the days here.
Concerned that in her haste to reach the meeting on time it might have slipped a finger-length too low, the administrator gently fluffed her neckpiece.
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