Definition of saddlebag in English:

saddlebag

Line breaks: saddle|bag
Pronunciation: /ˈsad(ə)lbaɡ
 
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noun

1Each of a pair of bags attached behind the saddle on a horse, bicycle, or motorcycle.
More example sentences
  • I ditched the first saddlebag at the White Horse in Exford, Somerset, the second at Raleghs Cross Inn in the Brendon hills.
  • Feeling rested, Rossiter packed up his belongings in his saddlebag and mounted his horse.
  • He ate a piece of bread that was placed in his saddlebag and gave the horse a carrot.
1.1 (saddlebags) US informal Excess fat around the hips and thighs.
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  • After only 7 weeks, REMI helped Amy rid off all the body fat, cellulite and saddlebags she had been struggling to lose.
  • These are the outer thighs - where the bulges are known as saddlebags - the inner thighs and the buttocks.
  • She was moderately overweight but no where near obese and the excess showed in her chubby cheeks and small saddlebags.

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