unsaddle

verb un·sad·dle \ ˌən-ˈsa-dᵊl \

Definition of unsaddle

unsaddled; unsaddling; unsaddles
1 : to take the saddle from
2 : to throw from the saddle
: to remove the saddle from a horse

Examples of unsaddle in a Sentence

  1. The riders unsaddled after the race.

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First Known Use of unsaddle

14th century

in the meaning defined at transitive sense 1

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UNSADDLE Defined for English Language Learners

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Definition of unsaddle for English Language Learners

  • : to remove the saddle from (a horse)

  • : to get off a horse, bicycle, etc.


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