yoke (n.) Old form(s): yoake
servitude, state of subjection
JC I.iii.84[Cassius to Casca] Our yoke and sufferance show us womanish
Tit I.i.114[Tamora to Titus, of the Goths] Captive to thee and to thy Roman yoke
Tit I.i.72[Captain to Romans, of Titus] [he] brought to yoke the enemies of Rome
Tit IV.i.108[Young Lucius to Titus, of Chiron and Demetrius] Their mother's bedchamber should not be safe / For these base bondmen to the yoke of Rome
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