transitive verb-·dled, -·dling
- to take the saddle off (a horse, etc.)
- to throw from the saddle; unhorse
to take the saddle off a horse, etc.
verbun·sad·dled, un·sad·dling, un·sad·dles
- To remove a saddle from.
- To throw (a rider) from the saddle. Used of a horse.
To remove a saddle from a horse.
(third-person singular simple present unsaddles, present participle unsaddling, simple past and past participle unsaddled)
- To remove a saddle.