Sentence for cage | Use cage in a sentence

Sentences with cage in them. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use cage in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for cage.

  • Cage me up here with you? (8)
  • Never cage any wild thing! (8)
  • Of her own accord she had stepped into the cage! (8)
  • Madame had three birds in a cage. (2)
  • I beat at the bars of a cage all day. (10)
  • She had unlocked the cage for Patrick. (10)
  • She hardly had strength to reach her cage. (10)
  • She turned into the revolving cage of glass. (8)
  • He had seen this lugubrious stone cage before. (8)
  • Lions will not stay in the same cage with tigers. (21)
  • Makes me feel like a squirrel that turns in a cage. (10)
  • The key was explained by a cage on a stool, and a bird flying out. (10)
  • Then I take a stout rawhide whip and strong club and enter the cage. (21)
  • He thrust his paws through the bars of the cage to detain the violinist. (21)
  • He was in a cage, always knocking against the same bars, fly as he might. (10)
  • The room was a cage to both of them, and every word of either was a sting. (10)
  • The cage, coming swift and silent from below, shot open its doors with a sharp rattle. (8)
  • The monkey cage at nightfall is a sure register of the degree of generosity of a community. (21)
  • There is always a bully in the cage and always an inmate ready to give battle for the honor. (21)
  • Only ten minutes ago he had uttered a tirade before the cage of a monkey which seemed unhappy. (8)
  • Her heart was like a bird agitated in its gilt-wire cage by the contemplation of a distant cat. (8)
  • There she opened the cage as steadily as if she had been standing on the floor of her own room. (5)
  • She made the full circle in the revolving cage; and came out into the street again with a laugh. (8)
  • Then turning abruptly, he begins pacing the cell, moving his head, like an animal pacing its cage. (8)
  • Wood choppers went ahead to clear the road with their axes and permit the passage of the high cage. (21)
  • But the more she sought and longed, the deeper grew her bewilderment, her feeling of being in a cage. (8)
  • Beyond the cage of all that he saw and heard and thought, he had perceived something he could not reach. (8)
  • Also the following animals: Puck, the Pekingese, a bullfinch in one cage and a tame squirrel in another. (12)
  • Her heart began suddenly to ache, and she walked on to the next cage with head up, and her mouth hard set. (8)
  • And, like a rat in a cage, his mind tried to rush out of this entanglement now at one end, now at the other. (8)
  • The lion escaped from his cage, chased a keeper out of the building and proceeded to the elephant quarters. (21)
  • They will spit and growl at anybody who comes near their cage, and jump at the bars until they exhaust themselves. (21)
  • I keep this up, and after a dozen or fifteen lessons they get so they only snarl and growl at my entrance to the cage. (21)
  • He followed it with a lively dance, at the first sound of which the cubs sprang up and gambolled wildly about the cage. (21)
  • Ferrand was standing underneath the cage of a canary, his hands folded on his pinched-up hat, a nervous smile upon his lips. (8)
  • It had been their playful practice to convey struggling tabby to the top of the cage and then hurl her violently to the floor. (21)
  • Suddenly his glance falls on the little bird cage, still lying on the window-seat] Never cage any wild thing! (8)
  • When one of the savants entered its cage it attacked him so savagely, that three keepers were obliged to go to his assistance. (21)
  • Having but little imagination, his thoughts would have beaten their wings against this cage, and at once he would have tried to act. (8)
  • He could forget nothing; surrender to no thought, vision, or desire; it was all too serious; too close around him, an unbreakable cage. (8)
  • There was a fortune-teller in a three-foot tent whom I did not interview; there were five macaws in one cage, and two gloomy apes in another. (9)
  • The cage of a plighted woman hungering for her disengagement has two keepers, a noble and a vile; where on earth is creature so dreadfully enclosed? (10)

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