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saddle in Horses topic

saddlesaddle2 verb [transitive]  DSHto put a saddle on a horse saddle up saddle somebody with something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
saddleHaving appeared to saddle Eliot with reading Sorel's book, I was reluctant to impose further tasks on him.In haste she saddled it, hung a small sack of oats in front and led it away from the house.Without a bumper harvest, refinancing will saddle many farmers with more debt that they can handle.It was the last intention in me life to saddle meself with her.His proposed tax cuts are warmed-over Reaganomics that could saddle our children with an ever-increasing national debt.Cirrus also was saddled with higher operating costs than other companies, in part because it had grown so fast.They also got saddled with thoroughly useless center Stojko Vrankovic and his extra-large contract.Hell hath no fury like that of an unsuspecting mule about to be saddled with two, 10-foot kayaks.