dismounted[ verb dis-mount; noun dis-mount, dis-mount ]SEE DEFINITION OF dismounted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISMOUNTED
Here they all dismounted, except a small body, which acted as cavalry.
I dismounted, and went forward to strike it with a piece of wood.
"He can move; he surprised me," the Trainer said to Allis as she dismounted.
The squadron then dismounted and opened fire with their carbines.
One of them rode directly to the group of officers and dismounted stiffly.
He dismounted, tethered the horse and stretched his own limbs, weary from riding.
Muza was at the door; but the Moor paused irresolutely, ere he dismounted.
He dismounted, entered the inn, and took his place at the head of the board.
I could now hear the Cossacks, who had dismounted, running upon my tracks.
"It was something that fellow said to me," said I, but I was smiling as we reached the door and dismounted.