yokemate

yokemate

(ˈjəʊkˌmeɪt)
n
another word for yokefellow
References in classic literature ?
I noticed later that he always looked at people sidewise, as a work-horse does at its yokemate.
When the challenges of being an authentic disciple seem overwhelming, we might call to mind Jesus' promise to be our faithful and ever-present yokemate, ever bearing, ever sharing whatever struggles we face as we travel his way and find our home in his world.
They realized the presence of Jesus as their yokemate and were able to overcome seemingly impossible obstacles in the pursuit of their ideals.
Through it all, the grace of Jesus, our loving, constant yokemate, will never falter or fail.
On another occasion, some force, a breeze or breezlet perhaps, caused me to wake: there, in the moonlit window, sat my yokemate, applying a hand massage to her breast fruits and pressing, between her sirloins, the Ivory soap dish.
He is indeed Lord and God, and he is also our Brother, Friend, Teacher and Yokemate who looks at each of us with a love that strengthens and supports us.
Our witness should reflect the gentleness and peaceable nature of the One who has chosen us to be his yokemate.
These unlikely yokemates share a disdain for London's sea of villas, semis, terraces, tower blocks, and prefabs, which for them are not just unsightly but repositories for an array of undesirable characteristics--smugness, Pooterism, blandness, mediocrity (the sort of traits Woodrow Wilson had in mind when he famously accused Warren G.
Social science and the arts thus make fit yokemates for pulling working humanity out of the mire of decadent ideology onto the highroad to progress, social science showing why and how to transform society and the arts calling forth the will to do it.