Words nearby redneck
usage note for redneck
Examples from the Web for red-necked
Amongst them the ringdoves nested in hundreds, and on the steep rocks of the precipice the red-necked vultures fed their young.Benita, An African Romance|H. Rider Haggard
A red-necked man, standing on a barrel, was making a speech to a big crowd gathered at one of the corners.The Clarion|Samuel Hopkins Adams
The gray bark disease and anthracnose, also snowy tree cricket and red-necked cane borer, are controlled in this way.
Didn't yu feel az tho yu would like to help to pitch the red-necked and tobacco-chawing curse out ov the windo?Josh Billings on Ice|Henry Wheeler Shaw
In April the Red-necked Grebe returns to its accustomed inland summer haunts to breed.British Sea Birds|Charles Dixon
British Dictionary definitions for red-necked
Culture definitions for red-necked
A slang term, usually for a rural white southerner who is politically conservative, racist, and a religious fundamentalist (see fundamentalism). This term is generally considered offensive. It originated in reference to agricultural workers, alluding to how the back of a person's neck will be burned by the sun if he works long hours in the fields.