saddlebag

[sad-l-bag]
noun
1.
a large bag or pouch, usually one of a pair, hung from a saddle, laid over the back of a horse behind the saddle, or mounted over the rear wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle.
2.
Often, saddlebags. excess fat around the hips and buttocks.

Origin:
1765–75

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saddlebag (ˈsædəlˌbæɡ)
 
n
1.  a pouch or small bag attached to the saddle of a horse, bicycle, etc
2.  informal (plural) rolls of fat protruding from the sides of a person's thighs

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