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- noun in combinations The state or quality of having a particular type of
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Pamk said ... naked chest is fine but total neckedness is a little to far.
Angels' Blood Countdown: Lora Leigh - Nauti Intentions ARC Nalini Singh 2009
Hatch represents people who have intercourse through holes in sheets lest they become aroused by neckedness.
I know the stiff-neckedness of those Spanish tubs.
Westward Ho! 2007
If Nora had not been self-willed and stiff-necked beyond the usual self-willedness and stiff-neckedness of young women she might have been herself the mistress of Monkhams.
He Knew He Was Right 2004
She seemed afraid his stiff-neckedness would persist.
Starfishers Cook, Glen 1982
But she answered, may it please your Grace, he is no such man to do that, for all that he can do is only to-follow his own round-head-like stiff-neckedness, and e'en nothing else.
And hence even the narrow-neckedness of land which distinguishes New York and pushes most of its population over the sides may have its compensations.
"She's fooled us to the limit of our special bent, and I take it that's stiff-neckedness!"
The Winds of the World Talbot Mundy 1909
(You infernal, insolent fellow, I will have you out of your stiff-neckedness.)
He cursed his stiff-neckedness in declining the Major's commission offered by the War Office.
The Mountebank William John Locke 1896