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yoke (n.) 1servitude, state of subjection
yoke (n.) 2pair, couple, brace
yoke (n.) 3horn, antler
yoke (v.) 1associate, link, join, couple
yoke (v.) 2conquer, tame, bring under subjection
yoke (v.) 3submit, subject
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2H4 III.ii.37 [Shallow to Silence] How a good yoke of bullocks at Stamford fair?
MW II.i.163 [Page to Ford, of Nym and Pistol] these that accuse him [Falstaff] in his intent towards our wives are a yoke of his discarded men