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 ?
Think you not then that brains, like yoked cattle, should be put to this leviathan, to make him at all budge to any landsman's imagination?
They become accustomed to where they are fed, where they are yoked and unyoked, and where you generally stop the lessons for the day and head for home.
The white yokes were brought back in 1964 but lasted only two seasons, while a type of yoked shirt was used in 1983-84.
Sadly, we can be yoked to guilty fear and insecurity, and there seems no way of escape.
The beginning of doing justice is the removal of what binds the people as if they are like cattle yoked to labor overseen by a self-serving owner.
In medieval manuscripts, the plough is often depicted as drawn by a pair of oxen yoked together.