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Saddle-backed
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Saddle-backed: Having the outline of the upper part concave like the seat of a saddle. Having a low back and high neck, as a horse.
Saddle-shaped
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Saddle-shaped: Shaped like a saddle. Specifically: (a) (Bot.) Bent down at the sides so as to give the upper part a rounded form. Henslow. (b) (Geol.) Bent on each side o
Saddleback
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Saddleback: (Zo?l.) (a) The harp seal. (b) The great blackbacked gull (Larus marinus). (c) The larva of a bombycid moth (Empretia stimulea) which has a large, bright gree
Saddlebag
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Saddlebag: Bag laid behind a saddle of a horse bag placed behind a bicycle seat fleshy area on the back of ones thighs (slang)
Saddlebags
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Saddlebags: Bags, usually of leather, united by straps or a band, formerly much used by horseback riders to carry small articles, one bag hanging on each side.
Saddlebow
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Saddlebow: The bow or arch in the front part of a saddle, or the pieces which form the front.
Saddlecloth
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Saddlecloth: A cloth under a saddle, and extending out behind a housing.
Saddled
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Saddled: Having a broad patch of color across the back, like a saddle saddle-backed.
Saddled with debts
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Saddled with debts: Completely overwhelmed with debt, overcome with debt
Saddlenose
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Saddlenose: Nose that has a dent in the bridge which was caused by injury or disease
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