So I wore the cross underneath some high-necked clothes and applied for jobs in Florida.
She was wearing an odd black dress, long-sleeved, high-necked, with a hemline that touched the floor.
It was dreadful to have to wear woollen, high-necked and long-sleeved.
Back again will he go to the ships, after he has satiated his high-necked steeds with a varied course, driving beneath the city.
But my dresses are high-necked, and by bathing I toughen my skin.
high-necked dresses set with a small ruff became general in Mary's reign.
Satin blouses, tucked and high-necked, are excellent for the office.
The old lady was lying in a white bed, attired in a plain, high-necked nightgown which the hospital provided.
I was told to wear a high-necked gown with a short train, a hat and no veil—veils are not worn before royalty.
Fig. 429 shows the usual methods of adapting the human form to high-necked bottles.