saddle-sore


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saddle-sore

adj
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) sore after riding a horse
2. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) (of a horse or rider) having sores caused by the chafing of the saddle
n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) such a sore
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.saddle-sore - (of a rider) sore after riding a horse
painful - causing physical or psychological pain; "worked with painful slowness"
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Translations

saddle-sore

[ˈsædlˌsɔːʳ] ADJ he was saddle-sorele dolían las posaderas de tanto montar
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References in periodicals archive ?
Or maybe he's feeling uncomfortable and needs something from physician Dwight - all that anxious galloping between Nampara and Trenwith would make anyone saddle-sore.
HOSTILES (15) HHHH H RETRIBUTION and regret are saddle-sore travelling companions in writer-director Scott Cooper's gritty western, set during the final years of the bloodthirsty war between the United States Army and Native Americans.
RETRIBUTION and regret are saddle-sore travelling companions in writerdirector Scott Cooper's gritty western, set during the final years of the bloodthirsty war between the United States Army and Native Americans.
CERIFICATE: 15 (133 mins) RETRIBUTION and regret are saddle-sore travelling companions in writer-director Scott Cooper's gritty western, set during the final years of the bloodthirsty war between the United States Army and Native Americans.
CLWYD'S young farmers emerged saddle-sore but triumphant from a 128-mile sponsored bike ride around the county.
Blame The Revenant, for without the blockbusting, Oscar-winning success of Leonardo DiCaprio's recent Western, this saddle-sore three-legged pony would surely have hoofed it straight on to DVD.
Stage four introduces cobbles into the race, 13 kilometres of soul-shuddering racing which - if last year's cobbled stage was anything to go by - provide very few good vibrations within a decidedly saddle-sore peloton.
Saddle-sore riders get a rest day on July 8 and 15.
The Great Lie by Myrrha Stanford-Smith The docks were still for once, the incessant hammering silenced as he rode, weary and saddle-sore through Deptford to Crosstrees, Fearghas cantering at his side.
The saddle-sore star had muscle damage and severe bruising on his bottom from the punishing hours of pedalling.
THERE'S no chance of cyclists feeling saddle-sore on this bike lane.
He began training for the ride in January and for the past six weeks has been training 25 hours a week, leaving him saddle-sore but still determined.