adverb, adjective, preposition
Origin of astraddle
Examples from the Web for astraddle
He made a few turns around the room, astraddle of his chair, and ended by a grand somersault, as if his steed had dismounted him.
Set him astraddle the wooden horse with a spear shaft at either foot to teach him that a soldier's first duty is not to think.The Black Douglas|S. R. Crockett
Astraddle on Tono-Bungay, he flashed athwart the empty heavens—like a comet—rather, like a stupendous rocket!Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
Having careered, plunging and tugging and side-stepping, until she was astraddle of the outside trace, Jenny stopped.The Pike's Peak Rush|Edwin L. Sabin
The antagonists in the strange duello sat back to back, astraddle a seat.The Skipper and the Skipped|Holman Day