She threw her arms round his neck and hugged him warmly...
He was short and stocky, and had a thick neck.
...the low, ruffled neck of her blouse...
He wore a blue shirt open at the neck.
Catherine gripped the broken neck of the bottle.
...cancer of the neck of the womb.
They sat talking and necking in the car for another ten minutes...
I found myself behind a curtain, necking with my best friend's wife.
Cee En Cee went on to win by a neck from Leigh Crofter.
Most farmers have bank managers breathing down their necks.
The latest polls indicate that the two main parties are neck and neck...
The party is running neck-and-neck with Labour.
I won't have him risking his neck on that motorcycle.
He had enough friends in the right places to save his neck and cover up for him...
He said the President was making a last ditch attempt to save his own neck.
During my political life I've earned myself a reputation as someone who'll stick his neck out, a bit of a rebel.
No-one should start working life with a debt round their neck...
It's a legacy which will hang around the country's neck for some time to come.
The black market was flourishing, everybody was corrupt, in it up to their necks...
He is probably up to his neck in debt.
It's so good to see you. What brings you to this neck of the woods?