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Definition of "yoking" []

  • Present participle of yoke. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "yoking" in a sentence
  • "Before the war the carrier was that encircling statesman ** on the English throne who employed his short reign in yoking to his chariot one European and non-European nation after another, giving them the hypnotic suggestion that they were threatened by some evil by Germany-the fatherland of his own father, be it said incidentally."
  • "The sausage rolls would all have been scoffed by now, but it had been worth it, as it looked like he now had the answers to two of his inherited problems: namely yoking Fotheringham's loyalty and erasing Selby's big mistake."
  • "For months, nay, years, the high-spirited Lady Adelina has resisted the idea of yoking herself with"