Definition of "straddled" [straddled]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of straddle. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "straddled" in a sentence
  • "Or, as Jacqueline put it, Danielle "straddled" him in front of her kids."
  • "On constitutional reform the party still "straddled," declaring that if constitutional changes were to be made that they favored an open convention, chosen on the basis of the Commons, if the people wanted it."
  • "On the question of free suffrage it "straddled" as it did on a new Democratic doctrine which some of the Whigs were trying to seize, namely, the election of judges by the people for a term of years."