- to take the saddle from.
- to cause to fall or dismount from a saddle; unhorse.
- to take the saddle from a horse.
Origin of unsaddle
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Examples from the Web for unsaddle
“Get off your horse and unsaddle him,” commanded Rathburn sternly.The Coyote
Unsaddle the horses and prepare the noon-day meal under the trees.Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer
Cyrus Townsend Brady
I followed him round, and appeared just as the servant was about to unsaddle him.Tom Burke Of "Ours", Volume I (of II)
Charles James Lever
I am going out to look after my horse and will unsaddle your horses for you also.
We did not take off our clothes nor unsaddle our horses, tired as we were.
- to remove the saddle from (a horse, mule, etc)
- (tr) to unhorse
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