- n. Plural form of stirrup.
“Last week when I was at the OB/GYN, my feet up in stirrups ... um, well, my doc looked at them and said, "Just get the damn surgery, Pari.”
“Although my feet were in stirrups and I was still fully dressed from the waist up, with a paper sheet covering my privates, I blushed, flattered by the comment.”
“Women DO NOT need to be flat on a table with their legs in stirrups.”
“The stirrups were a bit high for him, but strong arms pulled him to where he could get his feet into them.”
“I got a new saddle, and the stirrups were a little long.”
“The stirrups were a little long for her, he bent to shorten them to her comfort, and then she saw him look up furtively and flash her a grin, and she knew that he, too, had fathomed what was going on, and shared her secret laughter.”
“Before mounting your horse always examine carefully your saddle and bridle to see that the girths are tight, that the bridle is properly buckled, and the stirrups are the proper length.”
“He was wearing rope-soled shoes and the stirrups were a little too short; his submachine gun was slung over his shoulder, his pockets were full of clips and he was sitting reloading the one used clip, the reins under one arm, tight, watching Pilar mount into a strange sort of seat on top of the duffle lashed onto the saddle of the buckskin.”
“They wheeled their horses round, and Manlius standing in his stirrups was the first to get in a second stroke; he thrust his lance between the horse's ears.”
“Howsomever, this man didn't sit it out; what he wanted of a saddle beyond the stirrups was a mystery, for he never touched it.”
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