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  • unsaddled — v. remove the saddle (as from a horse) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • unsaddled — adjective with no saddle • Ant: ↑saddled • Similar to: ↑bareback, ↑barebacked …   Useful english dictionary

  • barebacked — I adjective riding without a saddle a bareback rider • Syn: ↑bareback • Similar to: ↑unsaddled II adverb without a saddle she prefers to ride her horse …   Useful english dictionary

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  • unsaddle — /un sad l/, v., unsaddled, unsaddling. v.t. 1. to take the saddle from. 2. to cause to fall or dismount from a saddle; unhorse. v.i. 3. to take the saddle from a horse. [1350 1400; ME unsadelen; see UN 2, SADDLE; cf. D ontsadelen, OHG intsatalôn] …   Universalium

  • nacod — adj 1. naked, nude, bare; empty; (a) of persons, without clothing, destitute of clothing (implying poverty and wretchedness); (b) of an animal, unsaddled, bare backed; (c) of a sword, naked, unsheathed; (d) of a surface, bare, without a covering; …   Old to modern English dictionary

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