Thesaurus / saddled
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

They packed their supplies on the extra horse and saddled their mounts.

Oh, You Tex!William Macleod Raine

The Europeans saddled the native corps of Hindostanee horse with this; and they in return threw the blame on the European cavalry.

Traveller, saddled and bridled, was waiting and the commander-in-chief sprang into the saddle with all the agility of a young man.

The Shades of the WildernessJoseph A. Altsheler

His generals were awaiting him at Cotuy, and the horses of the whole party were saddled.

The Hour and the ManHarriet Martineau

Without another word she took down her stockwhip, went to the stable, and saddled her horse.

The Book of the BushGeorge Dunderdale

An unorthodox citizen, in the sheer riot of his imagination, had saddled the buck with his new name.

The Long ChancePeter B. Kyne

After honoring the village of Little Missouri with our presence for several hours, we saddled up and started to meet the cattle.

The OutletAndy Adams

With the assistance of the line-guard we saddled and bridled him; but at the stable door he dug his toes in.

He saddled his riding horse and the pack animal, and set forth.

The Rules of the GameStewart Edward White

All is in readiness, the horses are saddled, the vessel under steam——You wished to see this palace with your own eyes.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.