[ US /ˈnɛkɝ/ ]
  1. a lover who necks
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How To Use necker In A Sentence

  • She usually wore a dress of dark gray stuff, with immense pockets, a black silk neckerchief folded over her shoulders, a white tamboured muslin cap, with a black ribbon passed two or three times round the crown. Helen and Arthur or, Miss Thusa's Spinning Wheel
  • It has stunning views down the River Necker and was on the doorstep of easily accessible attractions.
  • Last week, a bronze-skinned buckaroo, with a flashing red neckerchief above his blue shirt, with shining leather chaparejos and crimson saddle-blanket, dashed up from a Western skyline on a snorting, piebald cow-pony.
  • November 26, 2009 1:51 AM ishmael bin necker said... BSNYC Pre-Holiday Fun Quiz!
  • Princes William and Harry, with friends, bury their mother under the sand while on vacation on Necker Island in April 1990.
  • Pitt planted tall trees outside his home to block rubberneckers.
  • A colonial attire that is still seen on males in the rural areas is loose baggy pants called bombachas, and a short jacket with a neckerchief in place of a shirt.
  • Edwards himself was in brilliant brogues, razor-creased tan slacks and blazer over silk shirt and neckerchief.
  • The old fellow travelers and Honecker claques became deputies and ministers in reunited Germany, just as former Nazis enjoyed political careers after the war. The Lives of Nazis, the Stasi and Others
  • The whole incident had made me feel indescribably dirty, like a rubbernecker at the site of a car crash. John Belushi Is Dead
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