Recent Examples of stirrup from the Web
Fans and spectators can still expect to see events ranging from short stirrups to grand prix.
Those who know him best won't be the least surprised to see him in the stirrups for a long time to come.
Visitors who step close to the chair’s stirrups will be able to watch a 21-minute video positioned on a monitor nearby in which Ms. Rezaire calls for the soothing of wombs.
As the horses move, riders have to adjust, sometimes lifting themselves up in the stirrups, which helps them build balance and strength.
But this time, my life is the narrative and my investigative journey into freezing my eggs was about to begin, legs in stirrups, with a transvaginal ultrasound — filmed for posterity.
Before entering the arena, Tory Johnson, a 32-year-old from Oklahoma City, secures his cowboy hat, shifts his weight from side to side in his stirrups and tightens his grip on the reins.
Real horsehair fills out the tail; leather forms the saddle and stirrups; agate marbles dot the eyes.
The couple launch into series of comic, acrobatic trysts (Jenna and the doc on the exam table, stirrups and all).
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STIRRUP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stirrup for English Language Learners
: one of two loops that are attached to a saddle for the rider's feet
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