Idiom: Neck of the woods
Meaning: If someone talks about their neck of the woods, they mean the area where they live.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Neck and neck
- Pain in the neck
- Babe in the woods
- Albatross around your neck
- Up to the neck
- Millstone round your neck
- Stick your neck out
- Out of the woods
- Take by the scruff of the neck
- Up to your neck
- Breathe down your neck
- Get it in the neck
- Dead from the neck up
- Brass neck
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