Adjective "Saddled" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Saddled


    Definition:

    1. a seat for a rider on the back of a horse or other animal.

    2. a similar seat on a bicycle, tractor, etc.

    3. a part of a harness laid across the back of an animal and girded under the belly, to which the terrets and checkhook are attached.

    4. something resembling a saddle in shape, position, or function.

    5. the part of the back of an animal where a saddle is placed.

    6. (of mutton, venison, lamb, etc.) a cut comprising both loins. this cut, trimmed and prepared for roasting.

    7. (o

    Origin:
    saddle

    Examples:

    "stocks can be saddled for sessions."

    "places can be saddled for years."

    "people can be saddled with practices."

    "people can be saddled with customs."

    "officials can be saddled with debts."

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