I have not been writing a formal treatise, but pouring out my heart to a beloved friend and yoke-fellow.
John Wilson, the future vocalist, was his yoke-fellow in office.
People who know nothing of the country call this alleged friendship of the ox for his yoke-fellow fabulous.
Had he, the imagined but unvisioned, been her yoke-fellow, would she now lie raising caged-beast cries in execration of the yoke?
Yes, you; for he had the face of my yoke-fellow at the Mines.
From - privative, and (Latin jugum), yoke, from the seeming absence of a yoke-fellow to the lower lip of the corolla.
From the time of the Doctor's death till her marriage in 1887, the youngest daughter was her mother's companion and yoke-fellow.
People who are unfamiliar with the country call the love of the ox for his yoke-fellow a fable.
But all noted that goodly weapon, the yoke-fellow of so many great deeds.
Francis Howgill, now left desolate and alone, poured forth a touching lament for his vanished 'yoke-fellow.'
(Phil. 4:3), one of the apostle's fellow-labourers. Some have conjectured that Epaphroditus is meant. Wyckliffe renders the phrase "the german felowe", i.e., "thee, germane [=genuine] comrade."