Definition of Neck-deep

1. Adjective. Deeply involved. "Up to their necks in debt"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neck-deep

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necessitousness
necessitude
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necessity
necessity is the mother of innovation
necessity is the mother of invention
necitumumab
neck-brace
neck-braces
neck-deep (current term)
neck-gable
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Literary usage of Neck-deep

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1. The American Sportsman by Elisha Jarrett Lewis (1906)
"... velvety and inflated, running high above the base of the bill; head, and about two inches of the neck, deep glossy reddish-chestnut; rest of the neck ..."

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