verb (used with object), un·sad·dled, un·sad·dling.
verb (used without object), un·sad·dled, un·sad·dling.
- unruly certificate,
- unsaddling enclosure,
Origin of unsaddle
Examples from the Web for unsaddle
With that he addressed a word to his comrades, and they repaired to a cedar-tree near-by, where they began to unsaddle and unpack.The Border Legion|Zane Grey
They then dismount, unsaddle their horses, and turn them loose.The Captive in Patagonia|Benjamin Franklin Bourne
Here, Joe, take the horses and unsaddle them and tether them out somewhere.The Major|Ralph Connor
Sam ordered St. Paul to unsaddle the horses, to make a fire, and put on water.The Huntress|Hulbert Footner
It was nigh noon, and we had stopped at the cabin to unsaddle and bait.The Confidence-Man|Herman Melville