Definition of "saddling" [saddling]

  • Present participle of saddle. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "saddling" in a sentence
  • "Now Conservatives figure we have forgotten that lie and will not quibble about the new lie, which is that Liberals are once again saddling those poor CEOs with onerous government paperwork when they would rather be figuring out ways to pay their employees more and make America a stronger happier nation."
  • "I certainly see your point, though I meant more to ridicule the notion of saddling novice cyclists with this sort of information."
  • "Behind, a rough wire fence enclosed a small space known as the saddling paddock."