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We got the saddles and flung them on the ponies, cinching them good and tight, and then put on the bridles.
Suddenly as the Wolf breasted an upland he saw a man leisurely cinching a saddle on a buckskin horse.
BULLDOG CARNEYW. A. FRASER
It was plain they were cinching their saddles, probably preparing to do some rough riding.
ON A DONKEY'S HURRICANE DECKR. PITCHER WOODWARD
Rob asked no questions, but went on, taking slack and cinching at the word.
He handed Annixter a sheet of note paper, and turned again to the cinching of his saddle.
THE OCTOPUSFRANK NORRIS
Casting off their superfluous furs and blankets, and with a final cinching of belts, they came to attention.
Bob and Tom silently 246 peeled off their coats, and Nelson followed suit, cinching in his leather belt in a businesslike way.
FOUR AFLOATRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
He started running toward the lifeship, too, cinching his belt as he ran.
A WOMAN'S PLACEMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
He was untying his horse, with quick decided movements, and cinching up the girth.
FOR THE SOUL OF RAFAELMARAH ELLIS RYAN
I went quietly back to the river-bed, and found that most of the fellows had dismounted and were "cinching" up their saddles.

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