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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unsaddle.


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  • Ridge led the filly into the adjoining stall and began unsaddling her, working in silence.

    Western Man

  • The horse's owner, Lynn Wilson, later told Henderson it had been "one of the most memorable moments of his life" to have been in the unsaddling enclosure when the winner entered that day and was greeted by an enormous roar from the crowd.

    Champion hurdler Binocular in excellent form ahead of comeback race

  • We all went down to the unsaddling area for first, second and third, and none of the little group could disguise the agony of the wait for the photograph.

    They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff

  • Sir William took his eminent foreign visitors down to watch he scenes of jubilation round the winner in the unsaddling enclosure, and was met by flurried officials with horrified faces.

    The Elvis Latte

  • In the winner's unsaddling enclosure Gypsy Joe and Red Millbrook smiled faintly at each other as if they had joined a private brotherhood.

    The Elvis Latte

  • Nicci sat with her back straight, a habit instilled in her from a young age by her mother, and watched Richard going about unsaddling the horses.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • The few habited Benedictine brothers who were doing their best to go about their duties and keep the horarium of the day were totally lost among this throng of visiting magnates and their servitors, some arriving, some riding out to see the town or visit acquaintances, grooms coming and going with horses nervous and edgy in such a crowd, squires unsaddling and unloading their lords 'baggage.

    A River So Long

  • When I turned around the corner of the horse trailer, my father and Patty Jo were unsaddling Toy Boy, their fingers overlapping on the girth strap.

    The God of Animals

  • Others moved among the horses, unsaddling some and stringing their spare mounts along a line for the night.

    Spirit Gate

  • Now was the time to hammer some sense into him at last, so I abandoned my perch and came back to the gate where the members of his sortie were unsaddling and gasping for breath.

    Flashman on the March


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