[ US /ˈsædəɫd/ ]
[ UK /sˈædə‍ld/ ]
  1. subject to an imposed burden
    left me saddled with the bill
    found himself saddled with more responsibility than power
  2. having a saddle on or being mounted on a saddled animal
    saddled and spurred and ready to ride
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How To Use saddled In A Sentence

  • A typical nest thus pointed out by an over-obliging bird was saddled neatly on a horizontal limb of a balm tree at the height of about 30 feet from the ground and the ever-present lake.
  • It is also her misfortune to have been saddled with an unappetisingly needy role. Times, Sunday Times
  • McGregor is saddled with a tiresome everyman role, but Spacey, Clooney, and especially Bridges make some of their scenes work better than they should. Your mind won’t be blown watching “The Men Who Stare at Goats” » Scene-Stealers
  • They unsaddled their mounts
  • There was joy on the double for racing's first Lady Jessica Harrington at Leopardstown as the County Kildare trainer saddled the winners of the two feature races.
  • So she sware to him that she would not do him any hurt or ensorcell him, and bidding bring him a fine horse, saddled and bridled with a golden bridle and decked with trappings all of gold set with jewels, gave the old man a thousand dinars saying, Use this.’’ The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • he saddled me with that heavy responsibility
  • Saddled with the most unfortunate perm in the history of the coiffeur, she still manages to create an incredibly believable teen protagonist, filled with instantly recognizable angst and insecurity.
  • If its proposal is accepted, the company will be saddled with a higher interest bill. Times, Sunday Times
  • Flash I was saddled with 'Hologram' for a while, in respect of my annoying habit of disappearing instantly on a run ashore and reappearing magically in camp tucked up in bed minus speech, faculties and an workable digestive system teuchter. it means country folk. Army Rumour Service
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