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Definition of longneck

longneck

noun

  • A Submarine Sandwich, e.g.: hoagie, sub, grinder, hero, etc.
    I am going to eat a "longneck" for supper, tonight!

    hoagie, sub, grinder, hero, etc.

    Last edited on Dec 14 2019. Submitted by Anonymous from Houston, TX, USA on Dec 14 2019.

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