yoked


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yoked

(jokt)
mod. having well-marked abdominal muscles; have heavy muscles. That guy is really yoked. I wonder how much he works out.
See also: yoke
References in classic literature ?
Thus did he speak, and they did even as he had said, and yoked the fleet horses to the chariot.
They zealously then pushed to us with poles six, and yoked them with a heavy tree.
Then he yoked his oxen, and drew the turnip to the court, and gave it to the king.
The younger had always worn a yoke; but is there any yoked creature without its private opinions?
So I have yoked to mine when, enter my mother, looking wistful.
With breed of the yoked horse, the ploughshare turneth about.
Six horses were yoked to it, whereas the others were furnished with two, or, at most, four a-piece.