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(of a dress or garment) cut so as to leave the neck and shoulders exposed; décolleté.
- ‘He then came around with a low-necked chemise for her.’
- ‘Her white-cotton T-shirt was about two sizes larger than her and a little bit low-necked, so I could see her smooth whited skin.’
- ‘To that I added a thin, low-necked strap top under a V-necked black jumper.’
- ‘Her short, low-necked dress revealed a lot more than he thought necessary.’
- ‘She preferred to be that way, but when she glanced at the woman's low-necked red T-shirt and short black skirt, Manda wished she had worn something colorful and eye-catching.’
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