unsaddle


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un·sad·dle

 (ŭn-săd′l)
v. un·sad·dled, un·sad·dling, un·sad·dles
v.tr.
1. To remove a saddle from.
2. To throw (a rider) from the saddle. Used of a horse.
v.intr.
To remove a saddle from a horse.

unsaddle

(ʌnˈsædəl)
vb
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) to remove the saddle from (a horse, mule, etc)
2. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) (tr) to unhorse

un•sad•dle

(ʌnˈsæd l)

v. -dled, -dling. v.t.
1. to take the saddle from.
2. to cause to fall or dismount from a saddle; unhorse.
v.i.
3. to take the saddle from a horse.
[1350–1400]

unsaddle


Past participle: unsaddled
Gerund: unsaddling

Imperative
unsaddle
unsaddle
Present
I unsaddle
you unsaddle
he/she/it unsaddles
we unsaddle
you unsaddle
they unsaddle
Preterite
I unsaddled
you unsaddled
he/she/it unsaddled
we unsaddled
you unsaddled
they unsaddled
Present Continuous
I am unsaddling
you are unsaddling
he/she/it is unsaddling
we are unsaddling
you are unsaddling
they are unsaddling
Present Perfect
I have unsaddled
you have unsaddled
he/she/it has unsaddled
we have unsaddled
you have unsaddled
they have unsaddled
Past Continuous
I was unsaddling
you were unsaddling
he/she/it was unsaddling
we were unsaddling
you were unsaddling
they were unsaddling
Past Perfect
I had unsaddled
you had unsaddled
he/she/it had unsaddled
we had unsaddled
you had unsaddled
they had unsaddled
Future
I will unsaddle
you will unsaddle
he/she/it will unsaddle
we will unsaddle
you will unsaddle
they will unsaddle
Future Perfect
I will have unsaddled
you will have unsaddled
he/she/it will have unsaddled
we will have unsaddled
you will have unsaddled
they will have unsaddled
Future Continuous
I will be unsaddling
you will be unsaddling
he/she/it will be unsaddling
we will be unsaddling
you will be unsaddling
they will be unsaddling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been unsaddling
you have been unsaddling
he/she/it has been unsaddling
we have been unsaddling
you have been unsaddling
they have been unsaddling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been unsaddling
you will have been unsaddling
he/she/it will have been unsaddling
we will have been unsaddling
you will have been unsaddling
they will have been unsaddling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been unsaddling
you had been unsaddling
he/she/it had been unsaddling
we had been unsaddling
you had been unsaddling
they had been unsaddling
Conditional
I would unsaddle
you would unsaddle
he/she/it would unsaddle
we would unsaddle
you would unsaddle
they would unsaddle
Past Conditional
I would have unsaddled
you would have unsaddled
he/she/it would have unsaddled
we would have unsaddled
you would have unsaddled
they would have unsaddled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.unsaddle - remove the saddle fromunsaddle - remove the saddle from; "They unsaddled their mounts"
remove, take away, withdraw, take - remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract; "remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
saddle - put a saddle on; "saddle the horses"
Translations

unsaddle

[ˈʌnˈsædl] VT [+ rider] → desarzonar; [+ horse] → desensillar, quitar la silla a

unsaddle

vt horseabsatteln; riderabwerfen

unsaddle

[ʌnˈsædl] vt (horse) → dissellare; (rider) → disarcionare
References in classic literature ?
They ordered the lackeys not to unsaddle the gorses, and to hold themselves in readiness to set off again immediately.
On first arriving it was our custom to unsaddle the horses and give them their Indian corn; then, with a low bow, to ask the senhor to do us the favour to give up something to eat.
All winners of major races at Glorious Goodwood are afforded generous applause as they make their way back to unsaddle, but should Hoof It and Kieren Fallon beat 27 rivals under 10st they will be deserving of particularly warm appreciation.
The poor jockey looked understandably shell-shocked as he returned, literally lost for words, to unsaddle the mare who, as ever, gave her all.
The ebullient Italian kept his spirits up on a rain-soaked afternoon and warbled "I love my job" as he returned to unsaddle on the Jeremy Noseda-trained Emerald Lodge, having completed his brace.
He ran good,'' Mandella said, evidently satisfied, smiled and got up to unsaddle the horse.
On returning to unsaddle Frost, 43, hurled his skull cap into the crowd and declared: "That's it
Fallon received a warm welcome from the Tipperary racegoers as he returned to unsaddle.