What is another word for barebacked?

Pronunciation: [bˈe͡əbakt] (IPA)

Barebacked is an adjective that is used to describe riding a horse without a saddle. Synonyms for barebacked include unsaddled, unmounted, bareback, and saddleless. These words are often used interchangeably to describe the act of riding a horse without a saddle. Some other synonyms include backless, uncovered, unencumbered, and riderless. In addition to horses, these synonyms can also be used to describe other types of animals or activities that involve riding without a saddle, such as bareback riding on a bull. Whatever the context, the use of these synonyms brings to mind images of freedom and adventure.

What are the hypernyms for Barebacked?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for barebacked?

The antonyms for the word "barebacked" which means riding without saddle or clothing are "saddled" and "clothed". While "saddled" means covered with a saddle or a blanket, "clothed" means wearing clothes. "Saddled" implies that the animal upon which the rider is sitting has a suitable gear, and the rider is wearing suitable attire. "Clothed" implies that the rider is wearing proper attire, which would include a saddle pad, breeches or protective work clothes, a helmet or hat, gloves, and boots or shoes with heels. Both antonyms for "barebacked" suggest something that is more comfortable, reasonable, and safe.

What are the antonyms for Barebacked?

Usage examples for Barebacked

In her heart of hearts she would have adored getting up early in the morning and searching for the warm, pink eggs, and riding barebacked over the farm with her father, consulting him on the tilling of the land and the best way to make the old place profitable; for one day it would be her own, and she would be, for her class in life, a rich girl.
"Girls of the Forest"
L. T. Meade
I never rode anything in my life, but I feel I could ride barebacked on Peas-blossom.
"Girls of the Forest"
L. T. Meade
They were right pleased to come over and see us, and to ride barebacked on my two Forest ponies, and have their fun whenever they could get as far away as The Hollies.
"Girls of the Forest"
L. T. Meade

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