neckline

[nek-lahyn]
noun
the opening at the neck of a garment, especially of a woman's garment, with reference to its shape or its position on the body: a V-neckline; a high neckline.

Origin:
1900–05; neck + line1

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neckline (ˈnɛkˌlaɪn)
 
n
the shape or position of the upper edge of a dress, blouse, etc: a plunging neckline

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Example sentences
Make any final adjustment to fit the design over the form and sew up the
  neckline.
At his funeral the widow appeared in a white dress with a vertical neckline.
Above the square neckline of her dress the skin, pallid, seemed to emanate a
  darkness.
The neckline was asymmetric, and one strap seemed to have slipped from the
  shoulder.
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