unsaddled

ADJECTIVE
  1. with no saddle
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How To Use unsaddled In A Sentence

  • She unsaddled the horse and tied it to a tree where it could graze.
  • The drover got to work unhitching the oxen, and the horsemen unsaddled their horses and led them to the trees and hobbled them.
  • As Napoleon’s army bled out or froze solid in the snows of a Russian winter, the Prussians and the Austrians found new reasons to reject French “fraternity.” Within years, Napoleon’s empire was unsaddled and destroyed, a fate shared by its leader, sent into ignominious exile on the island of Saint Helena. William Astore: Freedom Fighters for a Fading Empire: What It Means When We Say We Have the World's Finest Fighting Force
  • She stayed with Reese as he unsaddled the horse, she was surprised when he just slapped it on the rump and let it gallop off, wouldn't it run away?
  • I trailed my brother as he unsaddled his horse and hung up the saddle and the tack in the stable.
  • We got back to barn, unsaddled and groomed our horses, and then went upstairs to clean up and change clothes.
  • As she walked her horse into the stable I followed, she walked her horse in and unsaddled it and offered me a brush.
  • Dan patted his horse on the flank and unsaddled it, then took off its bridle.
  • Some Jeb Bush type but unsaddled by the Bush name. Think Progress » Man ‘disenchanted with the federal government’ indicted for planting pipe bombs in mailboxes.
  • The men now added their coats, and Wemple, for additional traction, unsaddled the roan, and spread the cinches, stirrup leathers, saddle blanket, and bridle in the way of the wheels. WHOSE BUSINESS IS TO LIVE
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