Definition of no-neck in US English:

no-neck

adjective

US
  • Of a person: having a particularly short neck, and (usually) a stocky build; (of a stance) resulting from a shortness of neck.

noun

US
  • An ill-mannered or unrefined person (usually a man); a boor.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in Tennessee Williams (1911–1983), playwright, poet, and writer of fiction. From no + neck.

Pronunciation

no-neck

/ˈnəʊnɛk/