from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Complete ruin.


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  • Loud, crunchy guitars; neck-break speed drumming, smart-mouthed vocals; sing-alongs; fun times.

    Mammoth Press

  • Falcons, on the other hand, often kill their prey with a neck-break to avoid a protracted struggle, so they can afford to have smaller talons.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Finally, the A button lets you grab the wounded enemy to use as a meat shield, affording you some protection until you decide to finish it off with a neck-break.

    CNET Australia


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