How Do You Spell SADDLE?

Correct spelling for the English word "saddle" is [s_ˈa_d_əl], [sˈadə͡l], [sˈadə‍l]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SADDLE

  1. Seat for a horse's back; the two loins of venison, &c.

Common Misspellings for SADDLE

Below is the list of 314 misspellings for the word "saddle".

Usage Examples for SADDLE

  1. " Thank you, I will stay," said Elsie; and instantly her husband, giving his horse into Nap's charge for a moment, sprang to the ground and lifted her from the saddle. - "Elsie's Womanhood" by Martha Finley
  2. They had been four hours in the saddle, and it was surely time they stopped? - "Tales from the Veld" by Ernest Glanville
  3. She turned in her saddle to face him. - "The Heart of Canyon Pass" by Thomas K. Holmes
  4. But I do know they stole a saddle of yours, and a horse. - "Six Feet Four" by Jackson Gregory
  5. The man looks well in the saddle, doesn't he? - "Ranching for Sylvia" by Harold Bindloss