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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.
References in classic literature ?
Fanny dared not make any farther opposition; and with renewed but less happy thanks accepted the necklace again, for there was an expression in Miss Crawford's eyes which she could not be satisfied with.
She was answered by having a small trinket-box placed before her, and being requested to chuse from among several gold chains and necklaces.
Priscy," said Nancy, gently, as she fastened a coral necklace, exactly like her own, round Priscilla's neck, which was very far from being like her own, "I'm sure I'm willing to give way as far as is right, but who shouldn't dress alike if it isn't sisters?
My dear Bunny, this one must have contained the necklace you boasted about.
In one was a diamond tiara, and in the other a necklace of fine emeralds set in clusters of brilliants.
Her grand head bent gracefully to receive the necklace.
And when they had gone up upon the well-fitted bed, first Anchises took off her bright jewelry of pins and twisted brooches and earrings and necklaces, and loosed her girdle and stripped off her bright garments and laid them down upon a silver-studded seat.
Temple necklace designs are mostly designed with the impression of goddess Lakshmi embossed on the locket attached to a pearl or gold chain.
ROYAL Mint artist Jody Clark has revealed how he was told to remove the Queen's diamond encrusted necklace from his design which appears on millions of British coins.
ROYAL Mint artist Jody Clark has told how he was told to remove the Queen's diamond encrusted necklace from his design which appears on millions of British coins.
Dubai: A court has dropped a theft case against a man whose grandmother pardoned him for sneaking into her house and stealing Dh560,000 in cash and a necklace worth Dh40,000.