saddlebag

[ UK /sˈædə‍lbˌæɡ/ ]
[ US /ˈsædəɫˌbæɡ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a large bag (or pair of bags) hung over a saddle
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How To Use saddlebag In A Sentence

  • Of course there's a mill," snapped Mogget, leaping down from the saddlebag onto Sam's shoulder, making him start again. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR
  • They carried their homemade bread and butter sandwiches in the saddlebag, and were very glad to have a bicycle and a job to go to.
  • He unpacked his few belonging from his saddlebag.
  • He ate a piece of bread that was placed in his saddlebag and gave the horse a carrot.
  • She chewed on the cooked piece of tough meat that had been in the saddlebag, not pausing to wonder how it had gotten there.
  • These matters cannot be hurried," explained the moneychanger, opening each of the saddlebags and allowing his pudgy fingers to run through the metal coins. Emperor of Ansalon
  • Lirael swatted a mosquito, then turned her head as Sam came back and rummaged in his saddlebag. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR
  • Handing my horse over to the grooms I slung my saddlebags over one shoulder.
  • Cate walked over to the saddle and placed several of the apples in the saddlebag.
  • If I can't find a pipe maker to tinker with this ferule or make me a new one, we may be looking at digging way down deep in the saddlebags and funding a new border pipe. Obituaries
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