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neck·lace

(nek'lăs),
Term used to describe a skin rash that encircles the neck.

necklace

/neck·lace/ (nek´lis) a structure encircling the neck.
Casal's necklace  an eruption in pellagra, encircling the lower part of the neck.

neck·lace

(nek'lăs)
Term used to describe a rash that encircles the neck.

necklace

bands of color across the lower neck and chest of cats.
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and with an eagerness and embarrassment quite diverting to her companion, she laid down the necklace again on its cotton, and seemed resolved either to take another or none at all.
She redoubled her caresses to Amelia; she kissed the white cornelian necklace as she put it on; and vowed she would never, never part with it.
The anxiety about sister Priscilla, which had grown rather active by the time the coral necklace was clasped, was happily ended by the entrance of that cheerful-looking lady herself, with a face made blowsy by cold and damp.
But as if by magic she had already donned them-- necklace, ear-rings, bracelets, and all.
Sir Leicester glancing, with magnificent displeasure, at the rouge and the pearl necklace.
and certainly not her emerald and diamond necklace on top of all.
We saw nothing but the gas lamps, of course--two-thirds of a circle, skirting the great Bay--a necklace of diamonds glinting up through the darkness from the remote distance--less brilliant than the stars overhead, but more softly, richly beautiful--and over all the great city the lights crossed and recrossed each other in many and many a sparkling line and curve.
When Philip gave her the necklace Athelny in his boisterous way insisted that she must kiss him; but Sally reddened and drew back.
Finally an old fellow with many ornaments of metal about his arms and legs, and a necklace of dried human hands depending upon his chest, entered the hut.
All the time the story was being told she sat upright, glancing now at her beautiful round arm, altered in shape by its pressure on the table, now at her still more beautiful bosom, on which she readjusted a diamond necklace.
It was no great collection, but a few of the ornaments were really of remarkable beauty, the finest that was obvious at first being a necklace of purple amethysts set in exquisite gold work, and a pearl cross with five brilliants in it.
and a necklace and bracelet of beautiful, large pearls