/ (ˈsɪtˌfɑːst) /
a sore on a horse's back caused by rubbing of the saddle
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Word Origin for sitfast
C17: from sit + fast 1 (in the sense: secure, fixed)
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Example sentences from the Web for sitfast
Animals obtained from natives not unfrequently suffer from a peculiar description of gall, known as a “sitfast.”
The precursor of the sitfast is always a swelling filled with serum and lymph, caused, as before stated, by badly-fitting harness.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II|Arnold Cooley