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neck·lace

(nek'lăs),
Term used to describe a skin rash that encircles the neck.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

neck·lace

(nek'lăs)
Term used to describe a rash that encircles the neck.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in classic literature ?
I offer nothing but an old necklace. You must forgive the liberty, and oblige me."
If she finds that necklace I'll never see it again.
If I were to put on such a necklace as that, I should feel as if I had been pirouetting.
The sister, who was an industrious girl, and seldom treated herself to a bit of finery, cried her eyes out, at the loss of the necklace; looked high and low for it; but, I needn't say, didn't find it.
Billina wore a pearl necklace, and around the neck of each chicken was a tiny gold chain holding a locket with the letter "D" engraved upon the outside.
"I, too, covet that, but not as a necklace. Ah, no!
'I'll take care,' said Mr Boffin, showing the money and the necklace, 'that these are soon given back.'
Whilst the cook was above stairs, she got the golden necklace and dropped it into the soup; then it was brought to the king, who ate it, and it pleased him as well as before; so he sent for the cook, who was again forced to tell him that Cat-skin had cooked it.
"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.
Unlocking the case, they found it to contain a necklace, with pendant, bracelets, and ear-rings; and also some other small ornaments.