Definition of unsaddle in English:

unsaddle

Syllabification: un·sad·dle
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈsadl
 
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verb

[with object]
  • 1Remove the saddle from (a horse or other ridden animal).
    More example sentences
    • Next, the horses are unsaddled and judged at halter in ranch conformation.
    • The drover got to work unhitching the oxen, and the horsemen unsaddled their horses and led them to the trees and hobbled them.
    • Jesse returned just as they were unsaddling the horses back at the ranch.
  • 1.1Dislodge from a saddle.
    More example sentences
    • His balance was thrown off, but he was not unsaddled until the horse went about twenty feet more.
    • Emily became unsaddled as her pony made its way from rock ledge to rock ledge.
    • The first knight to charge unsaddled him.

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