Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of saddle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Now Conservatives figure we have forgotten that lie and will not quibble about the new lie, which is that Liberals are once again saddling those poor CEOs with onerous government paperwork when they would rather be figuring out ways to pay their employees more and make America a stronger happier nation.

    Senate vote to kick off Wall Street reform push

  • I certainly see your point, though I meant more to ridicule the notion of saddling novice cyclists with this sort of information.

    Overwrought: It's Getting Complicated In Here

  • Behind, a rough wire fence enclosed a small space known as the saddling paddock.

    Back to Billabong

  • "It was somewhat emotional coming back here," Motion said, referring to saddling his first Kentucky Derby winner with Animal Kingdom on May 7.

    NY Daily News

  • At first glance, the "bailout" is more of a "saddling" -- a transfer of private /

    Bank of Ireland: Following the Citibank Script? - Seeking Alpha

  • And his thoughts and ideas about the game and about where the NFL's going creates a lot of interest for me, by kind of saddling up or being involved.

    Jerry Jones "amazed" Dan Snyder hasn't won a Super Bowl

  • Or is "saddling" the right term, given those worrisome words of Senator "O-bomb-a?"

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Our work goes on like clockwork; the only difficulty which ever arises is that the men do not like me to do anything that they think hard or unsuitable, such as saddling a horse or bringing in water.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • Our work goes on like clockwork; the only difficulty which ever arises is that the men do not like me to do anything that they think hard or unsuitable, such as saddling a horse or bringing in water.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • But "saddling" deserves scare quotes, as Wang Yue left his usual hyper-technical play behind, seized the initiative, sacrificed the exchange and went head-hunting.

    The Chess Mind

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