|NOUN || a cinch | cinches |
|VERB || to cinch | cinched | cinched|
cinching | cinches
|SYNO ||breeze | child's play | cinch | ...|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- It is almost a cinch you won't.
- Saddles are seats for the rider, fastened to the horse's back by means of a "girth" in English-style riding, or a "cinch" in the use of Western tack.
- In July 2019, the company launched "cinch", an online used-car marketplace aimed at the consumer market.
- attach to the d-rings that hold the latigo of the cinch, while one suitable for a horse show may attach to decorative dees located above the cinch rings, nearer the swells of the saddle.
- In September 2021, Saints announced a six-year naming rights deal with car purchasing company cinch. The deal would see the stadium renamed cinch Stadium at Franklin's Gardens.
- They also had buttoned tabs at the waist in order to cinch the waist.
- This is sometimes called the "cinch win" rule. If it is a "cinch" that you will win, you must win immediately by laying down the winning cards all at once.
- The 2022–23 Scottish Championship (known as cinch Championship for sponsorship reasons) is the tenth season of the Scottish Championship, the second tier of Scottish football.
- Most sidesaddles have a regular girth or cinch, an overgirth that holds the flaps down, and most have either a back cinch or a balancing strap to hold the saddle down in the back and provide additional stability.
- A saddle that has only a cinch in the front is "single rigged".
- Rathbone was named to Team USA to compete during the 2015 Under-17 Five Nations Tournament. He recorded two goals in their final game against Germany to cinch first place at the tournament.
- In the field of animal packing, a lash cinch is the piece of tack used optionally on a pack animal to further secure a load onto a pack saddle.
- In June, Rogers continued her stellar performances throughout the Canadian Olympics team selection process to cinch her spot on a second Olympic Team.
- One common solution is to use a "cinch noose" — essentially a kind of slip knot — together with a "coil" (a loop of rope).
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