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unsaddle

unsaddle

verb un·sad·dle \ˌən-ˈsa-dəl\

: to remove the saddle from (a horse)

: to get off a horse, bicycle, etc.

Full Definition of UNSADDLE

transitive verb
1
:  to take the saddle from
2
:  to throw from the saddle
intransitive verb
:  to remove the saddle from a horse

Examples of UNSADDLE

  1. The riders unsaddled after the race.

First Known Use of UNSADDLE

14th century

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