Adjective "bareback" definition and examples

(Bareback may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈbɛːbak/

Definitions and examples

adverb & adjective

On an unsaddled horse or donkey.
  1. as adverb 'she's riding bareback'
  2. 'Some bareback riders ride relatively upright, while others lie back along the horse's back.'
  3. 'And the little horse he rode bareback was a very gentle little fellow and so Pearl said she'd ride it this time, to go back for the cows.'
  4. 'Treeless saddles and even bareback pads or bareback riding, are great for teaching the rider about close contact, balance, and positioning.'
  5. 'She shook her hair back, a nervous tick that she practiced only when thinking, and climbed onto the horse, bareback.'
  6. 'Events like bull riding, bareback and saddle horse riding, barrel racing and rope and tie captivated the crowd.'
  7. 'They decided that the best way to swim a horse was bareback.'
  8. 'Bo rides bareback on a horse, and I mean that literally (and you thought rug burn was a problem).'
  9. 'Canadian bareback rider Kyle Bowers swept the event, winning both the slalom and Stampede races.'
  10. 'She told me that she'd tell our parents that I'd been racing Nick bareback on our horses across the fields if I didn't help her.'
  11. 'Wills's wife had been a circus bareback rider; when they split, he laconically drawled: ‘I should have married the horse.’'

More definitions

1. with the back of a horse, burro, etc., bare; without a saddle: to ride bareback; a bareback rider.

More examples(as adjective)

"riders can be bareback."

"sacks can be bareback."

"ridings can be bareback."

"people can be bareback."