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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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He gave it to me, and with the necklace I make over to you all the duty of remembering the original giver.
We scrambled in, lighted a lamp and found the missing necklace.
I am sure--at least, I trust," thought Celia, "that the wearing of a necklace will not interfere with my prayers.
As our little Georgiana said, three five-pound notes are better than nothing, and if you sell a necklace you can buy things with the produce.
I understand that the emerald necklace she wore at the Opera last Friday had been sent on approval from Ball and Black's in the afternoon.
I shall always value the necklace, and it was very kind of you to give it me.
Kitty, with a haughty air, without making peace with her friend, took the necklace in a little box from the table and went to her mother.
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.
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.
In their opinion the emerald necklace alone must be worth thousands of pounds.
He opened the jewel-case, and took from it a magnificent pearl necklace in an antique setting.