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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of unyoke.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not yet yoked; not having worn the yoke.
- adj. Freed or loosed from a yoke.
- adj. Licentious; unrestrained.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not having worn a yoke.
- Licentious; unrestrained.
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He just unyoked the oxen, an 'sat down under a tree, an' died there sitting up.
While some of the men chopped sage-brush and we children carried it to the fires that were kindling, other men unyoked the oxen and let them stampede for water.
There's a great subtext of the heavy hand of government, much of which was unyoked by Reagan and Clinton only to be rekindled under GW Bush and accelerated by Obama.
It must yield a fresh delight once we are unyoked from needing to know what happens next.
HOMER: ‘They unyoked dripping with sweat, when they had had enough of war.’
The withering leaves no longer quiet, hurried to and fro in search of shelter from its chill pursuit; the labourer unyoked his horses, and with head bent down, trudged briskly home beside them; and from the cottage windows lights began to glance and wink upon the darkening fields.
The other half is whether the weight stays off forever– or comes back the minute the person is unyoked from the rigid controls of the plan.
Why present all those other topics unyoked to religion?
About two miles beyond the northern bank of the pan we unyoked under a fine specimen of the baobab, here called, in the language of Bechuanas, Mowana; it consisted of six branches united into one trunk.
Bushmen, who volunteered to show us a pool; and having unyoked, I walked some miles in search of it.