yok

[ yok ]

noun, verb (used with or without object),yokked, yok·king.Slang.

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How to use yok in a sentence

  • But we couldn't ring Nu-yok with a continuous mine on a radius of from five to fifteen or twenty miles.

    The Airlords of Han | Philip Francis Nowlan
  • What are you standing there like a yok, dreaming in the air?

    Hungry Hearts | Anzia Yezierska
  • One is "yok," which means "there is not," and the other is "yesak," which means forbidden!

    The Secrets of a Kuttite | Edward O. Mousley
  • They would flee to Nu-yok and escape the punishment they merited.

    Armageddon--2419 A.D. | Philip Francis Nowlan
  • In the days of his successor, their vocabulary was limited to “yok” and “Yassak”—“no” and “forbidden.”