Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a red neck.
“From the stories I heard, the thing killed almost as many critters as a North Dakota winter ... toward the end there Elmer posed as much danger to the shooter as he did the target, so he found an easy retirement above a doorway with the firing pins welded up ... and every time somebody new see's him, the question is posed, "What the hell is that red-necked contraption ...?”
“How about if we send all of the ignorant, loud-mouthed, red-necked racists TO Mexico and let all of the hard-woking, but illegal, Mexicans stay and become legal?”
““This C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER is brought to you by the fact that the â€œSanctity of Marriageâ€ concept has nothing to do with people being tasteless, inbred, or of the red-necked variety.””
“This C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER is brought to you by the fact that the “Sanctity of Marriage” concept has nothing to do with people being tasteless, inbred, or of the red-necked variety.”
“The Tasmanians subsisted largely by hunting seals, red-necked wallabies (a close relative of the kangaroo), and wombats (a four-legged, furry marsupial).”
“American culture as the white-trash Christian Israel, with a blond-haired, blue-eyed, red-necked war-hero as its golden boy king, victorious over the cultural aristos of the power elite and the raghead Philistines who are, after all, pretty much just “The Enemy” in the original text.”
“In our June heatwave, the very rare female red-necked phalarope was sighted in the midlands, bringing crowds of watchers.”
“And, it seems to me that those ridiculing West Virginians as uneducated, red-necked illiterates should consider leaving the Democratic Party and aligning themselves with another.”
“My old friend Derek Moore was visiting, and he suggested we pop up to Cheddar reservoir to see a red-necked grebe, a scarce visitor which had appeared a week or so earlier.”
“Invoking US national pride is one way to hush the kind of red-necked denialism we see today -- they won't want their own country to come second in a technological race.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘red-necked’.
Compound adjectives - based on the FAO ASFIS list of waterborne species.
Adjectives used in actual (non-taxonomic) bird names, past and present.
Looking for tweets for red-necked.