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- v. Present participle of unsaddle.
- adj. Not saddled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. with no saddle
Sorry, no etymologies found.
She shrugged and brushed her horse while Garyn unsaddled his.
As Napoleon’s army bled out or froze solid in the snows of a Russian winter, the Prussians and the Austrians found new reasons to reject French “fraternity.” Within years, Napoleon’s empire was unsaddled and destroyed, a fate shared by its leader, sent into ignominious exile on the island of Saint Helena.
With their horses to be unsaddled, rubbed down, and fed for the night, it would be another quarter of an hour before they joined her, Sharon knew.
Some Jeb Bush type but unsaddled by the Bush name.
The men now added their coats, and Wemple, for additional traction, unsaddled the roan, and spread the cinches, stirrup leathers, saddle blanket, and bridle in the way of the wheels.
They were so very modern, and unsaddled with the burden of six thousand generations of suffering grandparents hauntingly stuck to them like glue, like we Jewgaboos were.
Half a mile away, he saw her astride an unsaddled, unbridled horse that moved unwillingly, at a slow walk, across the pasture.
Some workers reported receiving shocks from the horses as they unsaddled them.
They quickly unsaddled the horses and fed them some grain.
Women walked arm in arm, or carrying a basket between them; a man trundled a barrow over the cobbles, and another led a horse, unsaddled and swishing his tail.
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