- n.鞍,鞍狀物 v.承受
- The saddle galled the horse's back.
- The raised rear part of a saddle.
- One have to dismount from an idea and get into saddle again at every parenthesis.
- He swung himself (up) into the
- An ornamented saddle used by cowboys; has a high horn to hold the lariat.
- On or as if on a sidesaddle.
- Mary wore bobby socks and saddle shoes.
- Martiny had tooled saddles before but she'd never built one.
- Crupper: a leather strap looped under a horse's tail and attached to a harness or saddle to keep it from slipping forward.
- A girth for a pack or saddle.
- The bushes presented custom-made his-and-hers leather saddles each engraved with the crests of charles'and camilla's titles.
- In leaves on middle and upper rank of growth plant took theshape of saddle and usually got paired with cork cells arranging alternatively in manyforms with long cells.
- When you let your horse have a drink you see every pebble crystal clear and the light spectrum on the rocks while the fish give liveliness of movement to the whole scene.
- A third time he approached in the same manner when the christian knight desirous to terminate this elusory warfare in which he might at length have been worn out by the activity of his foeman suddenly seized the mace which hung at his saddlebow and with a strong hand and unerring aim hurled it against the head of the emir for such and not less his enemy appeared.
- A strap encircling an animal's body in order to secure a load or saddle on its back; a cinch.