from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of saddlebag.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In lumbering, to catch on an obstruction and double around it: applied to a boom.
- n. A large bag, usually one of a pair, hung from or laid over the saddle, and used to carry various articles.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The digging of the worms, the preparation of the kit, the stowing of the pork pie and the bottle of Peardrax in the saddle-bag, the bike ride to the pond, the glittering victories in the shape of small roach and perch.
If you are working on a laptop or just trying to order coffee, you will be ousted by a tall, skinny girl with pigtails wearing striped leggings and carrying a Vegan saddle-bag.
If he did trust it to a known friend, it would be kept very securely, not dropped into the corner of a saddle-bag, thus disregarded.
I took a couple of packages from my trunk, stowed them in my saddle-bag, waved to Skene, and trotted off to meet royalty, with only the syce to show me the way.
The high body count is not what you remember, it's the characters: Walter Matthau as Zack Garber, world weary and with a mug like an old saddle-bag.
Something more intimidating than a pendulous saddle-bag, though.
Love your choice of metaphors in this post, but one correction in defense of the over-40s: not all 40-somethings have the saddle-bag leather faces.
Add some storage beneath the seat of your bike with this ridiculously cheap and simple hard-backed saddle-bag.
Then he gave me the saddle-bag and the carpet, with all the jewels that were thereon, for which I thanked him, and each and every of the merchants present praised him.
In October 1980 a bomb planted in a motor-cycle saddle-bag outside the rue Copernic synagogue in the wealthy 16th arrondissement killed three French men and a young Israeli woman.
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