GNU Webster's 1913
- n. on the back of a horse; mounted or riding on a horse or horses; in the saddle.
“Crassus probably sat on horseback close to his armys front line, the usual position of a Roman general in battle.”
“Came on horseback with a man in his forties—good-looking fellow, according to Mrs. Harris—an old lady who was here at the time.”
“Instead of Cracker Jacks there would be bottomless Veuve Clicquot champagne, and instead of baseball it would be a very different game: polo, where two teams of four men on horseback face off in a match that is like a cross between soccer and croquet.”
“When I came back up the mountain, it had been on horseback or in a mechanized dygo.”
“Kuralay sets off into the woods on horseback and returns like a bee to the hive with saddlebags full of wild apples.”
“Her mother was widely respected and sought after as both a cook and a cowhand, although the approval of her skill on horseback was usually grudgingly given.”
“Episcoporum (I, ii, 4) directs that in these receptions the bishop is to ride on horseback wearing his mitre, and under a canopy which is in the first instance to be carried by some of the principal magistrates of the town.”
“The men arrived a couple of hours later on horseback and scattered over the ranch, rounding up the cow-calf pairs and herding them back to the corrals near the house.”
“Trusty guards, mounted on horseback and armed with chopped-down double-barreled shotguns, had to serve the time of any inmate they let escape.”
“Finding the sirdar on horseback with his staff, Churchill estimated that the khalifa could be little more than an hour away.”
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