re- + saddle
resaddle (third-person singular simple present resaddles, present participle resaddling, simple past and past participle resaddled) To saddle again, to put a saddle back on (e.g. a horse) 1887, Thomas Stevens, Around the World on a Bicycle Volume II.: They accept the proffered kerans with a look of bewilderment, as though quite unable to comprehend why I should tender them money, and they lay it carelessly down on the sand while they assist the sowars to resaddle their horses. 1914, G. A. Henty, The Cornet of Horse: The marquis at once agreed to the plan, and Rupert went down into the stable yard, and began to resaddle the horses.
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