- (of mutton, venison, lamb, etc.) a cut comprising both loins.
- this cut, trimmed and prepared for roasting.
verb (used with object), sad·dled, sad·dling.
verb (used without object), sad·dled, sad·dling.
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Idioms for saddle
- in a position to direct or command; in control.
- at work; on the job.
Origin of saddle
OTHER WORDS FROM saddlesad·dle·less, adjectivesad·dle·like, adjectivere·sad·dle, verb, re·sad·dled, re·sad·dling.
Words nearby saddle
Example sentences from the Web for saddle
They used the path integral mostly as a vehicle to identify the saddle points.
This stem does a great job of absorbing high-speed vibrations that will wear you down after several hours in the saddle.
They can take the wheels and the saddle off the bike, but nabbing the frame would require more work.
Certainly Weaver has been the burr under Palmer's saddle for almost his entire career.
We will not rest till we find out what she ordered and how that famous butt is holding up after four days in the saddle.
With the big kettledrums on either side of the saddle, and all that.Adam Hochschild on Keeping Company With His Dying Father|Adam Hochschild|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But today, skyrocketing costs price way too many young people out of a higher education, or saddle them with unsustainable debt.Full Text and Video of President Obama's 2013 State of the Union Address|Justin Green|February 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In February 1909, at age 79, he toppled drunk from his saddle at Fort Sill, Okla.The Bin Laden of His Day? A New Biography of Geronimo|Marc Wortman|December 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A piece of old carpet was my saddle, and served me likewise for a seat, a table, and various other purposes.Travels in Arabia|Bayard Taylor
I avoided his shaft, and as his horse bolted past on my left, I pushed him with my shield, and knocked him from the saddle.The Prince of India, Volume II|Lew. Wallace
Most of them were half-broken, but there were some that had never seen, much less felt, a saddle.The Career of Leonard Wood|Joseph Hamblen Sears
The buckskin was gone, and the saddle was not hanging by its stirrup from its accustomed limb-stub.The Gold Girl|James B. Hendryx
A man was riding on horseback with a woman seated on the saddle behind him.The King of Ireland's Son|Padraic Colum
British Dictionary definitions for saddle
Derived forms of saddlesaddleless, adjectivesaddle-like, adjective
Word Origin for saddle
Medical definitions for saddle
Idioms and Phrases with saddle
In addition to the idiom beginning with saddle
- saddle someone with
- in the driver's seat (saddle)