necking necking


  1. (n) the molding at the top of a column
  2. (n) affectionate play (or foreplay without contact with the genital organs)


  1. As your eyes get used to the dim blue lighting, you catch silhouettes of couples kissing, touching, and necking openly, both on and off the dance floor.
  2. Male giraffes practice necking--literally--in a very big way, entwining their long bodies until both partners become sexually aroused.
  3. In Juarez, Mexico, the Feminine Police Corps, organized to discourage necking in movie theaters, was disbanded when theater owners complained of a box-office slump.


  • Accident on the Garden State Parkway North has two lanes blocked in Clark

    Garden State Parkway  At 8 a.m. an accident on the Garden State Parkway South north of Exit 135 (Clark) has the two right lanes blocked, according to The rubber-necking and volume has caused a tie-up on southbound traffic all...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Independent Press


  1. As Groucho said, "Let there be dancing in the streets, drinking in the saloons and necking in the parlor."
    on Jul 19, 2007 By: Groucho Marx Source: Columbus Alive

  2. "They could turn it into a giant Tunnel of Love," said Burton Richter, a Stanford professor and Nobel Prize-winning physicist. "When I was a kid, you could take your girlfriend floating down the Tunnel of Love and do some necking, as we...
    on Mar 11, 2009 By: Burton Richter Source: Politico

  3. "She is beautiful, with a real history...... Studio 54, her arm around Andy Warhol, necking a bottle of champagne," says Frost. "I'm thinking about scenes like that and two days later I am putting my head in her boobs. Actually, Jerry lives...
    on May 22, 2010 By: Nick Frost Source: Independent

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