Definition of funnel neck in English:

funnel neck

Syllabification: fun·nel neck

noun

A neck for a knit garment similar to a turtleneck but shorter and without a fold. Compare with mock turtleneck.
More example sentences
  • The white coat with black leather ribbon belt from 1999 was there, only this time the funnel neck led the way to a plush collar cut from a whole fox skin.
  • Cassidy was the first one to leave wearing a magenta double breasted funnel neck sweater coat with flare sleeves, dark jeans and black pumps.
  • A centrepiece of the collection is a top assembled from three separate items: a huge funnel neck, pull-on arms with long strings hanging from them, and a body-hugging bodice.

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