saddler

Part of speech: noun

A maker of saddles, harness, etc.

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Usage examples "saddler":

  1. This was received with great enthusiasm, the dog taking a hand again; the saddler started the bids at a dollar, the Brixton folk and Barnum's representative fought hard for it, the people cheered every jump that the bids made, the excitement climbed moment by moment higher and higher, the bidders got on their mettle and grew steadily more and more daring, more and more determined, the jumps went from a dollar up to five, then to ten, then to twenty, then fifty, then to a hundred, then- At the beginning of the auction Richards whispered in distress to his wife: " Oh, Mary, can we allow it? - "The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories", Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) Last Updated: February 18, 2009.
  2. The saddler laughed outright. - "The Right of Way, Volume 3.", Gilbert Parker.
  3. A saddler gave his opinion: I knew he had it in him. - "Old Ebenezer", Opie Read.