sidesaddle

[ UK /sˈa‍ɪdsædə‍l/ ]
NOUN
  1. a saddle for a woman; rider sits with both feet on the same side of the horse
ADVERB
  1. on or as if on a sidesaddle
    she rode sidesaddle
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How To Use sidesaddle In A Sentence

  • Adelina LoissetOnce again it was the women of the American West who thundered out their opposition, with the LA Times announcing, "The sidesaddle is a cumbersome, cruel burden on a horse and all right-thinking people believe its time is past. Horsetalk.co.nz Headlines
  • To deal with it, he started putting in what is termed a sidesaddle position. Choke
  • She grasped its tangled mane with both hands and sat sidesaddle upon it, her broken leg sticking out. STARDUST
  • Long gone are the days where Williams was crippled with nerves at the prospect of live performance, and she joked with ease about having to play guitar "sidesaddle", asking the audience to forgive any impromptu percussion cased by the baby kicking. The Line Of Best Fit
  • Dearest: I saw an old woman riding a horse astride: and I was convinced on the spot that this is the rightest way of riding, and that the sidesaddle was a foolish and affected invention. An Englishwoman's Love-Letters
  • They hop on anyway, sidesaddle, legs dangling, with baskets, with boxes, with a small kid or whatever, and jounce around town. 4 Campoalegre « Unknowing
  • The Queen rode sidesaddle when she inspected the soldiers.
  • After graduation, she visited London, where the determined young American met women like Lady Apsley, who said, "A good horsewoman in a sidesaddle is a credit to her menfolk. Horsetalk.co.nz Headlines
  • For exercise, he should try eightsome reels, riding sidesaddle, deer stalking and walkabouts through shopping centres. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nevertheless, a noted British riding master, Colonel Hitchcock, urged women to continue with the method because, "the sidesaddle is the most decorative, dignified, and graceful method, and pleases the male eye, which prefers the ultra-feminine woman to the type which emulates the male in attire or atmosphere. Horsetalk.co.nz Headlines
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