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  1. a person who makes, repairs, or sells saddlery.
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Origin of saddler

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

beige, drab, khaki, brownish, brown, natural, gold, saddle, ecru, cream, bronze, buff, biscuit, sand, suntan, olive, umber, tawny, yellowish

Examples from the Web for saddler

Historical Examples of saddler

  • 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


  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


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

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