high-necked high-necked


  • (adj) (of a garment) having a high neckline


  1. Presenter Pamela Anderson was uncharacteristically conservative in a bosom-blocking, high-necked black-and-white frock.
  2. Her black, high-necked cocktail dress was smooth and unwrinkled; the triple-strand choker of pearls was precisely in place; and her black alligator bag was set neatly on her lap.
  3. Madame la Marchale, 67, was dignified in a straw sailor and a high-necked light tailleur.


  • Shirley Jones Offers Naked Truth In New Autobiography

    LOS ANGELES - Shirley Jones opens the door to her house and appears every inch the ladylike Marian the librarian or sweet farm girl Laurey or cheerfully steady Mrs. Partridge, offering a warm smile and handshake. Her elegant, modestly high-necked jacket
    on July 22, 2013     Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal


  • Jameson told Us Weekly: "When I had implants, I felt uncomfortable. I would be shy at the beach. I know it sounds funny, but I wouldn't wear high-necked clothes - unless I was at an adult-film convention."
    on Aug 24, 2007 By: Jenna Jameson Source: Digital Spy

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