cage

All Noun
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  • Cage had gone to a place where he expected total silence, and yet heard sound.
  • It had been caged so long it did not really want its freedom after all. Cited from The Little House in the Fairy Wood, by Ethel Cook Eliot
  • These were eventually replaced with a steel cage, which served the same purpose.
  • The cage's size also makes the use of weapons possible as well.
  • The cage's size also makes the use of weapons possible as well.
  • Medical staff moved him out of the cage the following week.
  • Nothing ever came of the relationship, however, and both lived in separate cages.
  • But now that he could see the bird caged he did not like the song so well. Cited from The Little House in the Fairy Wood, by Ethel Cook Eliot
  • Four that would not return to their cages were shot by the soldiers.
  • The small cages in the unit cell are two against six large ones.
  • But he wanted no stories of caged things, and those were all the stories she knew. Cited from The Little House in the Fairy Wood, by Ethel Cook Eliot
  • In natural conditions, many animals live in groups, but individual cages prevent that.
  • She was a girl who had been caged up and held in. Cited from Who Cares?, by Cosmo Hamilton
  • For some of that period, he was kept in an iron cage.
  • This never became fully effective, as during the construction itself included certain dangerous animals cages.
  • It did seem rather hard that he must be caged up in his chamber just at this time. Cited from Wreaths of Friendship, by T. S. Arthur and F. C. Woodworth
  • I brought him to my brother's house, and caged him there. Cited from To Have and To Hold, by Mary Johnston
  • You can tell me how you got caged later on. Cited from The Boy Scout Camera Club, by G. Harvey Ralphson
  • He told you to expect it when you stepped in the cage against him.
  • Several famous dance groups were present, and Cage's interest in modern dance grew further.
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Meaning of cage

  • noun An enclosure made or wire or metal bars in which birds or animals can be kept
  • noun Something that restricts freedom as a cage restricts movement
  • noun United states composer of avant-garde music (1912-1992)
  • noun The net that is the goal in ice hockey
  • verb Confine in a cage
    The animal was caged