barebacked

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

bareback +‎ -ed

Adverb[edit]

barebacked (not comparable)

  1. May refer to any of the senses of bareback
    • 1912, J. A. Graves, Out of Doors--California and Oregon[1]:
      Just as our meal was ready, our roustabout came into camp, riding one of the horses barebacked, with only a halter and leading the other two.
    • 1993 February 26, Josefa Smith, “The Hothouse”, Chicago Reader:
      Roote condones, even encourages sex "in the interest of science," but he warns, "Never ride barebacked and always send in a report."