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saddle
  • noun
    A seat fastened on the back of a horse or other animal for riding, typically made of leather and raised at the front and rear. (Proper Tuareg riding saddles are placed in front of the camel's hump and you sit cross-legged with your bare feet resting on the camel's neck.)
    A low part of a ridge between two higher points or peaks. (follow the road which goes across the saddle between two tors)
    A shaped support on which a cable, wire, or pipe rests. (The design also has two pinions on top of the grader's saddle for superior support.)
    The lower part of the back in a mammal or fowl, especially when distinct in shape or marking. (feathers at the rear of a rooster's saddle)

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