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Gregory

slang The neck. The term comes from rhyming slang in which "Gregory Peck" rhymes with "neck." (Gregory Peck was a US actor in the mid-20th century.) Primarily heard in UK. Here, take a scarf! It's too cold to go out with your Gregory bare.

Gregory Peck

slang The neck. The phrase comes from rhyming slang in which "Gregory Peck" rhymes with "neck." (Gregory Peck was a US actor in the mid-20th century.) Primarily heard in UK. Here, take a scarf! It's too cold to go out with your Gregory Peck bare.
See also: Gregory, peck