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remount in Horses topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishremountre‧mount /ˌriːˈmaʊnt/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  TTDSHto get onto a horse, bicycle etc again→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
remountThe jockey, who was all whipped out by now, tried to remount.The man on the bicycle who had been looking intently in my direction remounted and pedaled away.He was just remounting as she reined in.Deciding to return later, he remounted his bike and returned to his police house.But he was able to remount, leaving Steadman to escape on foot with the box containing the money.The Offline Operator will then be requested to remount the media item correctly.He scrubbed out the map with his boot before remounting the motor cycle.Trent walked back and studied the footpath before remounting the motor cycle.