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  • noun Plural form of packsaddle.

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Examples

  • Mules should carry their packsaddles and limit their confersation to occasional braying.

    Rush ...Glen ....Sarah next?

  • Mules should carry their packsaddles and limit their confersation to occasional braying.

    Rush ...Glen ....Sarah next?

  • A man, overgrown with corpulence, who might be distinguished in the moonlight panting with his own exertions, appeared at the head of the cavalcade, which consisted of horses linked together, and accommodated with packsaddles, and chains for securing the kegs which made

    Redgauntlet

  • I'd do it on foot, or take a horse and a couple of mules, stuff the packsaddles and go.

    The Fall

  • A few in the other camps stared at them, wide-eyed, as the tent seemed to spring up of its own accord and hampers floated away from packsaddles, but most looked anywhere else at all once they realized what was going on.

    The Path of Daggers

  • Two of the men were detaching the mules 'wicker packsaddles.

    Lord of the Isles

  • Too, tlntimides also had no connection with the mines, and thus as little right to packsaddles loaded with gold bars and chests of emeralds and rubies.

    Conan The Triumphant

  • Brig walked over to the three remaining packhorses and wiped the moisture from their backs before putting on the pads and packsaddles.

    Ride the Thunder

  • Brig walked over to the three remaining packhorses and wiped the moisture from their backs before putting on the pads and packsaddles.

    Ride the Thunder

  • Brig walked over to the three remaining packhorses and wiped the moisture from their backs before putting on the pads and packsaddles.

    Ride the Thunder

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