Verb

1. A term used by baby boomers as slang for making out, the term has more recently come to describe penetrating someones traecheotomy and/or other neck hole.
Q: "I saw your truck parked up on lookout point last night...were you necking?"

A: "Yeah and I blew a load right in her stoma."
by billebllunt December 09, 2013
to caress your clothed partner on and above the neck. (old defn, circa 1960)
"The girls were terrific. They went out in the backyard and necked with us." - On the Road, by Jack Kerouac
by nathan October 27, 2003
to kiss and pet (slang)
I saw Johnny and Martha necking at the county fair.
by Adrienne January 19, 2004
The term old people (over 40) use to describe the art of macking out. mostly because they are still caught in the olden dayes and they are not all up with the new trends.
mom: "ok you kids have fun and no necking while your at the movie"
by susan February 20, 2005
To caress and kiss the neck passionately during making-out. Often, the neckee will end up with love bites.
"What's that on your neck?"
"Oh, just love bites from when my baby Johnny was necking me last night"
by YourMateHarry December 21, 2013
Kissing, biting, or licking of the neck during sex, or foreplay.
Necking with her really turns me on.
by _Facade March 03, 2014
1. An old-fashioned word meaning to make out with someone, generally not heavily.

2. The practice of greedily eating or drinking something, i.e. "getting it down your neck"
"Me sister drank too much beer at the party and ended up dancing on the table."

"LOL the slapper! How much beer DID she drink, then?"

"Must have had near fifteen. She was necking em like a sailor!!"
by GodSaveTheCream September 04, 2011

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