cage

Part of speech: verb

To shut up in a cage; confine; imprison.

Part of speech: noun

A structure, with open work of wire or bars, as for confining birds or beasts.

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Usage examples "cage":

  1. And Tibby was not with her to open the cage door, as she had opened it for Tibby. - "Antony Gray,--Gardener", Leslie Moore.
  2. Suddenly she rolled on her back at the bottom of the cage. - "Five Little Friends", Sherred Willcox Adams Maud and Miska Petersham.
  3. Cage me up here with you? - "The Fourth Series Plays, Complete", John Galsworthy.