(on a sill, coping, or the like) a vertical joint raised above the level of the washes on each side.
saddle joint n.
A biaxial joint in which the double motion is effected by the opposition of two surfaces, each of which is concave in one direction and convex in the other, as in the carpometacarpal articulation of the thumb.
noun 1. hide, as from a cow or bull, that undergoes vegetable tanning and is used for saddlery. 2. leather that simulates the vegetable-tanned product and is used for a variety of goods, as handbags and jackets.
- Saddle nose
saddle nose n. A nose having a markedly depressed bridge.
noun 1. saddle shoe.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a point at which a function of two variables has partial derivatives equal to zero but at which the function has neither a maximum nor a minimum value.