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neckline in Clothes & fashion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnecklineneck‧line /ˈnek-laɪn/ noun [countable usually singular]  DCthe shape made by the upper edge of a piece of woman’s clothing around or below the neck a square necklinelow/plunging neckline (=leaving part of the chest uncovered) Her evening gown had a plunging neckline.
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necklineTop A neat fitting top with a flattering neckline and self-covered buttons down the front. 100% cotton jersey, machine washable.a black dress with a low necklineAbove the scoop neckline of her peacock blue dress, an ill-defined rash of mottled pink broke out, then faded.It has a low, scooped neckline front and back and high-cut sides to flatter your legs.Team eye-catching checks and a fitted blouse with a sweetheart neckline, for the ultimate in 50s glamour.The neck was low and a narrow double ruffle decorated the neckline.I then cut out the neckline and sew in the usual way.To decrease the depth of a V neckline, deduct 1 from this figure for each 0.5 centimetre required.