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yoke -- as in: the yoke of bondage
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Ulysses
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  • To yoke me as his yokefellow, our crimes our common cause.
  • —Corny might have given us a more commodious yoke, Mr Power said.
  • Henceforth you are unmanned and mine in earnest, a thing under the yoke.
  • The bride who was given away by her father, the M’Conifer of the Glands, looked exquisitely charming in a creation carried out in green mercerised silk, moulded on an underslip of gloaming grey, sashed with a yoke of broad emerald and finished with a triple flounce of darkerhued fringe, the scheme being relieved by bretelles and hip insertions of acorn bronze.
  • (A yoke of buckets leopards all over him and his rearing nag a torrent of mutton broth with dancing coins of carrots, barley, onions, turnips, potatoes.

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  • They threw off the yoke of slavery.
  • under the yoke of a tyrant

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