Antonyms for cinching

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He started running toward the lifeship, too, cinching his belt as he ran.

"Oh, no; not at all; in cinching the other fellows," Smith put in genially.

The nervous woman who had never been on a horse before was cinching her own saddle and looking back and up.

I walked toward Kyla, who was cinching a final load on one of the pack-animals, which she did efficiently enough.

As they were cinching them up—as the tightening of the girths is called—Mr. Worth returned.

But Craig shook his head lazily, and Wade, cinching his loosened belt, limped with aching legs down the slope.

Leroy, making an end of slapping on and cinching the last saddle, wheeled suddenly on the Irishman.

He supplies his own pack animals, is past master in cinching on a load, and makes all bargains and pays all bills in our behalf.

In cinching up, be sure you know your animal; some puff themselves out so that in five minutes the cinch will hang loose.

Make fast end a at c, and end d at e, cinching up strongly on the bights that come through the cinch rings.