Idiom: neck and neck
— The horses are neck and neck as they come around the last turn to the finish line.
— We’re still neck and neck after playing this video game for the past four hours but we’re going to keep going until someone wins.
— Our company is neck and neck with the other main competitors in our industry so we've hired a new market director to try to get more of the market.
— After four suspense-filled sets, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are neck and neck in the fifth set tiebreaker.
— Our twins are always neck and neck in their swim races.
— The runners were neck and neck at the finish line so they are reviewing the tape to determine the winner.
— Our relay team was neck and neck with the leaders but my teammate dropped the baton and we were disqualified.
— The final round of contestants are neck and neck after the talent portion of the beauty pageant.
— My colleague and I are neck and neck in sales with three more days left in the quarter.
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