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saddler

[sad-ler]
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noun
  1. a person who makes, repairs, or sells saddlery.

Origin of saddler

First recorded in 1250–1300, saddler is from the Middle English word sadelere. See saddle, -er1
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Examples from the Web for saddler

Historical Examples

  • I'll harness my own saddler in with the other, and in that way we'll be able to reach my cabin.

    They of the High Trails

    Hamlin Garland

  • He went back to his saddler shop, where he sat all day stitching.

  • On either side, forge and weighing-room, saddler's and doctor's shop.

  • I must trouble you, Fanny, for fifteen pounds to pay this saddler's bill.'

    The Pilgrims Of The Rhine

    Edward Bulwer-Lytton

  • I thought you did; and that's the reason why you called for a saddler.

    Dikes and Ditches

    Oliver Optic


British Dictionary definitions for saddler

saddler

noun
  1. a person who makes, deals in, or repairs saddles and other leather equipment for horses
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Word Origin and History for saddler

n.

"maker of saddles," c.1300 (late 13c. as a surname), agent noun from saddle (v.).

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