saddled and spurred and ready to ride. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Left me saddled with the bill. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Verb (used with object) : to saddle a horse. ,He has saddled himself with a houseful of impecunious relatives. From Dictionary.com.
Call saddled the horse and handed the reins to Matilda, along with his pistol. From Wordnik.com. [Dead Man’s Walk] Reference
The poll revealed that some 13.6 million Americans remain saddled with last years’ leftover holiday debt. From Wordnik.com. [Consumers (slightly) loosen their belts this holiday season] Reference
Obama may be "saddled" with Clinton whether he likes it or not. From Wordnik.com. [Clinton: McCain's '2013' speech like 'Mission Accomplished'] Reference
If they feel "saddled" with an "unwanted kid", they should grow up. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2008-04-01] Reference
Why was she so full of hatred for whatever or whoever had 'saddled' her with me, as she put it?. From Wordnik.com. [Surviving With Wolves]
Every time we vote for a human being we will be "saddled" with problems. From Wordnik.com. [CommonDreams.org Headlines] Reference
All of this is 'saddled' 'with the new initiative from WASA - preserve water. From Wordnik.com. [TrinidadExpress Today's News] Reference
Accepting the Chief-Justiceship under a life tenure, he was "saddled" on the Republicans, as they said. From Wordnik.com. [The United States of America, Part 1] Reference
Some enjoy life, others are saddled with pessimism. From Wordnik.com. [Shorts] Reference
Many of us, myself included, are saddled with raising children alone. From Wordnik.com. [The Failure Of Feminism] Reference
The current crisis saddled the bank with souring loans and securities. From Wordnik.com. [Citigroup's Risk Chief Learned the Hard Way] Reference
Ma is already saddled with expectations that stretch far beyond the 2008 election. From Wordnik.com. [Keeping China Quiet] Reference
Vets, also, are not saddled with the threat of career-ending malpractice lawsuits. From Wordnik.com. [Treat People Like Dogs] Reference
Unfortunately, that's hard to do if you're saddled with a high-interest-rate card. From Wordnik.com. [Scoring Credit] Reference
Both men were saddled with a sagging economy, unemployment, low consumer confidence. From Wordnik.com. [Happy Leader, Happy Nation] Reference
It has also saddled us with such phonetic monstrosities as "psyche" and "rendezvous.". From Wordnik.com. [A Speller's Manifesto] Reference
(Sadly, Williams was saddled with the "blessings" of modern science only after his death.). From Wordnik.com. [Starr Gazing: Begrudging Barry Bonds] Reference
Of course, such an approach didn't work then and only saddled Japan with massive public debt. From Wordnik.com. [Mr. More-Of-The-Same] Reference
Break that cardinal rule and users could be saddled with interest rates of nearly 25 percent. From Wordnik.com. [Fueling Up for Free] Reference
It isn't even fair to many students, who become saddled with huge loans that they can't repay. From Wordnik.com. [School Reform Fraud (Cont'd)] Reference
Even high-income earners are not immune to being saddled with credit-card debt into retirement. From Wordnik.com. [Charging Into Retirement] Reference
Nobody's got my asthma, and no one is saddled with my failure to make the basketball team in seventh grade. From Wordnik.com. [Enjoying the View From the Back Seat] Reference
All the state-of-the-art technology in the world is no help to an actor saddled with Lucas's tinny dialogue. From Wordnik.com. [Star Wars: The Phantom Movie] Reference
"It is very, very depressing," says Attila Kert, the Budapest news director, saddled with a €400,000 bill. From Wordnik.com. [Eastern Europe: Backsliding?] Reference
Six Flags was saddled with debt before Daniel Snyder, the wunderkind owner of the Washington Redskins, acquired it. From Wordnik.com. [Out of Balance] Reference
All those new cell-phone deals look great, but ... too bad you're saddled with your old plan for another 23 months. From Wordnik.com. [Technology: Swapping Your Cell] Reference
At his store, he is saddled with two employees so far gone in their musical geekdom as to make Rob seem a model of sanity. From Wordnik.com. [Breaking Up Is Hard To Do] Reference
Come 2001, no fewer than 2,294 U.S. products and 1,932 companies could find themselves saddled with suddenly stodgy names. From Wordnik.com. [What's In A Name? Ask A Marketing Pro] Reference
But he is too often saddled with the lion's share of blame for an occupation that is widely seen as an unmitigated disaster. From Wordnik.com. [Two Cheers for Bremer] Reference
Reagan could not know that his speechwriters had unwittingly saddled him with a well-circulated counterfeit Lincoln quotation. From Wordnik.com. [The Great Inspirer] Reference
To protest the regulations, which saddled companies with a cumbersome review process, Toys "R" Us joined forces with McDonald's Co. From Wordnik.com. [The World] Reference
McConaughey, saddled with granny glasses and an unlocatable accent, takes considerable getting used to: he's incorrigibly contemporary. From Wordnik.com. [Amistad's Struggle] Reference
Thanks to the crime bill's success, Democrats eliminated the political liability that fear of crime had saddled them with since the 1960s. From Wordnik.com. [Taking the Long View] Reference
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