[ UK /nˈɛkɪŋ/ ]
  1. affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)
  2. the molding at the top of a column
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How To Use necking In A Sentence

  • Of course there's nothing wrong with necking a few beers and getting caught up in the buzz of the World Cup.
  • If this arc voltage saltation information can be extracted, we will get the characteristic information of necking down formation.
  • I have to watch once in a while because its like rubbernecking at an accident; you cant turn away and cannot believe what you are seeing. CNN Poll: Americans mostly agree with Obama on Afghanistan
  • People rubbernecking in the southbound lane caused a second accident.
  • I wanted to see without being seen; most of all, I wanted to find myself in the conversational corners, the necking spots of yesteryear.
  • This capital cannot be associated with the plain marble drum because of its size and the flutes on the necking.
  • A more elaborate Doric capital of white marble, with flutes on the necking, is stored west of the building, to the west of the marble throne in room A.
  • Between rubber-necking the shiny, red-faced clientele around the dining room, "picnicking" on the potato salad, and chattering away about the unraveling of events of the evening, I was tempted to press the tiny little doorbell that is attached to the edge of every table in the restaurant. Archive 2007-02-01
  • After sleeping for most of the day and necking another handful of the same vitamin pills as yesterday, I'm feeling a lot better.
  • She will gossip about you if she sees you behaving outside of the boundaries of moral decency (like necking in the park), especially with someone that happens NOT to be your better half.
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