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yoke in Agriculture topic

yokeyoke2 verb [transitive]  1 TAto put a yoke on two animals2 UNITEto closely connect two ideas, people, or thingsyoke something to something Beauty is forever yoked to youth in our culture.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
yokeThings that had been yoked, harnessed, held down and held back by a power that was dissolving.The horses had been bridled and yoked to the car.Thus neither side is any further forward, and each is adventitiously yoked to the vicissitudes of a complex metaphysical issue.Though we were yoked together for decades, I feel as threatened as if he were the hacker.To draw a heavy plough through wet clay soil, a pair of oxen, yoked together was used.Furthermore, the cult which is thus yoked with such practice is supposed to be of a far different order of reality.