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saddle
  • noun
    A seat fastened on the back of a horse or other animal for riding, typically made of leather and raised at the front and rear.
    A low part of a ridge between two higher points or peaks. (follow the road which goes across the saddle between two tors)
    A shaped support on which a cable, wire, or pipe rests. (The design also has two pinions on top of the grader's saddle for superior support.)
    The lower part of the back in a mammal or fowl, especially when distinct in shape or marking. (feathers at the rear of a rooster's saddle)
    verb
    Put a saddle on (a horse) (he was in the stable saddling up his horse)
    Burden (someone) with an onerous responsibility or task. (he's saddled with debts of $12 million)

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