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  • proper noun Obsolete spelling of York. (English city)
  • proper noun An English surname, variant of York.

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Examples

  • Mr. Hunsden gave him a mastiff cub, which he called Yorke, after the donor; it grew to a superb dog, whose fierceness, however, was much modified by the companionship and caresses of its young master.

    The Professor, by Charlotte Bronte

  • Thom Yorke is the lead singer of which English rock group formed in 1987?

    August 2007

  • Sisters, it states that Thom Yorke is a big influence on the girls.

    X Factor Betting Odds: The Inevitable Christmas Number One

  • Well, okay, maybe labeling Yorke a “normal dude” might be something of an exaggeration.

    Chuck Klosterman on Pop

  • Well, okay, maybe labeling Yorke a “normal dude” might be something of an exaggeration.

    Chuck Klosterman on Pop

  • Well, okay, maybe labeling Yorke a “normal dude” might be something of an exaggeration.

    Chuck Klosterman on Pop

  • Well, okay, maybe labeling Yorke a “normal dude” might be something of an exaggeration.

    No More Knives

  • I had risen early, and though I had made an unusually careful toilet, calling Yorke to my aid to see that every lacer was fresh and securely tied, and my buckles shining, yet I had made much haste also, not knowing at what hour mademoiselle proposed starting, and fearing greatly to annoy her by being one moment tardy.

    The Rose of Old St. Louis

  • "Yorke," I said, springing out of bed with a haste that made me light-headed for a moment, "help me into my clothes, and be quick about it; I think I hear sounds below that betoken getting ready for departure."

    The Rose of Old St. Louis

  • By everybody except a very few infatuated persons, such as Yorke and

    The Cock-House at Fellsgarth

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