Definitions

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  • adjective Wearing a yoke.
  • adjective bodybuilding Having large and well-defined muscles, especially of the neck and shoulders.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of yoke.

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Examples

  • I suppose I can live with having my name yoked in the New York Times with the double Pulitzer-winning Edward O. Wilson, author of Sociobiology, On Human Nature, and Consilience.

    From the NYT: "... as I discovered from reading Edward O. Wilson and Steve Sailer."

  • I suppose I can live with having my name yoked in the New York Times with the double Pulitzer-winning Edward O. Wilson, author of Sociobiology, On Human Nature, and Consilience.

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  • Even when "yoked" to someone in marriage - as Christ-followers, we are ultimately bearing His yoke... and it *seems* to me, tho I cannot speak from experience, that if both partners are seriously seeking to live after God's own heart, that it really will feel light, for all the seriousness that will need to and should go into putting it on...

    Sparks

  • And best of all ... you'll stay "yoked" 365 days a year.

    Wil's Ebay E-Store

  • I had stated that Sumner Center Church had always been "yoked" with Racine.

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  • It always was and is today, with the exception of a 15-year period from 1969 to 1984 when Sumner Center and Stewartville United Methodist Churches were "yoked" and served by the same pastor.

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  • This refers to a relationship where two people are "yoked" by a commitment or contract.

    Spiritually Unequal Marriage

  • Further, animals who are 'yoked' as per the scripture are WORKING TOGETHER.

    A Little Leaven

  • Spelling and pronunciation are famously at odds, and have been ever since early medieval monks yoked English to the Latin alphabet, which they modified to capture the sounds of a Germanic tongue.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Spelling and pronunciation are famously at odds, and have been ever since early medieval monks yoked English to the Latin alphabet, which they modified to capture the sounds of a Germanic tongue.

    The English Is Coming!

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