bareback bareback

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) riding without a saddle
  2. (adv) without a saddle

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Had Olympe been born of a bareback rider immediately after a performance, it would have been picturesque indeed! Secondly, the theatre is the well-known Olympia.
  2. She went to a two-room schoolhouse, rode horses bareback, learned to swim in irrigation canals on her father's 100-acre farm, and talked Spanish to the Mexican peach pickers.

News

  1. Phillips Creek Ranch home construction ramping up

    Standard Pacific's model homes for the Riverton community of Phillips Creek Ranch are now available for viewing. The models are located at 1620 Bareback Road. Photo by Anthony Tosie.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The Frisco Enterprise

  2. Peebles is back on barebacks

    Bareback riders might want to look over their shoulder, because Steven Peebles is gaining ground on them. The Redmond, Ore. cowboy won the bareback riding at the Buffalo Bill Rodeo, continuing the momentum he started two weeks ago.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: North Platte Bulletin

  3. CNFR: Gillette College's Devan Reilly wins bareback short go

    Devan Reilly got chills when he thought about what he just accomplished in the bareback riding championship go-round of the College National Finals Rodeo.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Casper Star-Tribune

Quotes

  1. Fry added: "It wouldn't be at all difficult for me to kiss a woman - I'll kiss a frog if you like. And why should it be difficult for a man to kiss another man? It's difficult to ride bareback backwards while unicycling, but to kiss someone isn't...
    on Jan 8, 2008 By: Stephen Fry Source: PinkNews.co.uk

  2. "Chris LeDoux has meant a lot to Wyoming, from his earliest days of riding bareback to his later days of making music," Freudenthal said. "Cheyenne Frontier Days, when fans of both will gather, seems like an appropriate time to honor his...
    on Mar 16, 2005 By: Dave Freudenthal Source: Jackson Hole Star-Tribune

  3. In "Football at Slack", Ted begins with a kind of comedy, a disguised Hopkinsian rodeo: "Between plunging valleys, on a bareback of hill / Men in bunting colours / Bounced, and their blown ball bounced".
    on Nov 23, 2006 By: Ted Hughes Source: Times Online

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