saddle

  1. a seat for the rider of a horse
  2. cut of meat (especially mutton or lamb) consisting of part of the backbone and both loins
  3. a piece of leather across the instep of a shoe
  4. a seat for the rider of a bicycle
  5. posterior part of the back of a domestic fowl

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Saddle

The saddle is a supportive structure for a rider or other load, fastened to an animal`s back by a girth. The most common type is the equestrian saddle designed for a horse, but specialized saddles have been created for camels and other creatures. It is not known precisely when riders first began to use some sort of padding or protection, but a bl....
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Saddle

Two sloping surfaces meeting in a horizontal ridge, used between the back side of a chimney, or other vertical surface, and a sloping roof.
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Saddle

• (n.) A ridge connected two higher elevations; a low point in the crest line of a ridge; a col. • (n.) A formation of gold-bearing quartz occurring along the crest of an anticlinal fold, esp. in Australia. • (n.) A piece of meat containing a part of the backbone of an animal with the ribs on each side; as, a saddle of mutton, of ven...
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Saddle

(1) The lower portion of the back near the shoulders on semi arched breeds. (2) The point where the white fur ceases and the colored fur begins on the upper part of the body on the Dutch
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saddle

(from the article `stringed instrument`) ...to keep the strings pulling radially inward on its top edge. The lower end of the tailpiece is anchored by a loop of gut to an ebony button (the ...
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Saddle

- A small second roof built behind the back side of a fireplace chimney to divert water around the chimney. Also, the plate at the bottom of some—usually exterior—door openings. Sometimes called a threshold.
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saddle

1. A seat for a rider, usually made of leather, padded to span comfortably a horse's back, furnished with stirrups for the rider's feet to rest in, and fastened in place with a girth; also, a seat for the rider on a bicycle or tricycle. ... 2. A padded part of a harness which is worn on a horse's back, being fastened in place with a girth. It serve...
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saddle

burden verb impose a task upon, assign a responsibility to; `He charged her with cleaning up all the files over the weekend`
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saddle

noun posterior part of the back of a domestic fowl
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Saddle

(col) The lowest point of elevation between two peaks. A col more often refers to a low point between two lesser points, like a low point in a ridge. Saddles and cols are common waypoints in routes to eliminate unnecessary elevation gain and loss.
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Saddle

[geology] In structural geology a saddle is a depression located along the axial trend of an anticline. This is not to be confused with a Col which is typically a geomorphologic feature seen in landforms.{cn|date=August 2014} ...
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Saddle

[landform] The saddle between two hills or mountains is the area around the highest point of the (optimal) mountain pass between the two massifs, i.e. around the lowest route on which one could pass between the two summits. It is often traversed by a track, road or railway, but need not be. The distinction between a saddle and a col is not ...
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Saddle

Sad'dle noun [ Middle English sadel , Anglo-Saxon sadol ; akin to Dutch zadel , German sattel , Old High German satal , satul , Icelandic söðull , Dan. & Swedish sadel ; confer Russian siedlo ; all perhaps ultimately from the root of ...
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Sad'dle transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Saddled ; present participle & verbal noun Saddling .] [ Anglo-Saxon sadelian .] 1. To put a saddle upon; to equip (a beast) for riding. ' saddle my horse.' S...
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Saddle

A bicycle seat.
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Saddle

A concrete slab cast over an arch to strengthen it or distribute loads upon it.
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Saddle

A flat strip of stone projecting above the floor between the jambs of a door, such as a threshold.
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Saddle

A flat strip of stone projecting above the floor between the jambs of the door; a threshold.
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Saddle

a part of a bird's back just before the tail
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saddle

a piece of leather across the instep of a shoe.
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Saddle

A saddle is a contrivance of wood and leather securely bound with a girth or leather straps to the back of a horse, to serve as a seat for the rider or to carry the weight of the shafts of a vehicle. Other forms of saddle are used for other animals, such as camels and oxen. The seat of a bicycle and motorcycle is also called a saddle.
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Saddle

A seat fastened on the back of the horse for riding. It is typically made from leather and raised at the front and rear.
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Saddle

A small second roof built behind the back side of a fireplace chimney to divert water around the chi
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saddle

A thin piece of land that extends out (sometimes an extended point) from the shoreline and connects to an island (sometimes underwater), reef or a hump. Submerged saddles can hold lots of fish.
Found on http://www.azgfd.gov/h_f/fishing_glossary.shtml
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