coop

Part of speech: verb

To confine, as in a coop.

Part of speech: noun

An enclosure for small animals, as fowls.

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Usage examples "coop":

  1. My brother was at stern, holding on to a small empty water- cask which had been securely lashed under the coop of the counter, and was the only thing on deck that had not been swept overboard when the gale first took us. - "Selections From Poe", J. Montgomery Gambrill.
  2. You can't ever get 'em back in the coop, in all this world. - "The Adventures of Joel Pepper", Margaret Sidney.
  3. Now then, the first thing to do is to make the mother go back into the coop. - "The Adventures of Joel Pepper", Margaret Sidney.