Definition of Cagebird

1. a bird kept in a cage [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cagebird

cag
cage
cage bird
cage birds
cage compound
cage compounds
cage dances
cage diving
cage fighter
cage fighters
cage fighting
cage in
cage match
cagebird (current term)
cagebirds
caged
caged ATP
cageful
cagefuls
cageless
cagelike
cageling
cagelings
cagemate
cagemates
cager
cagers
cages

Literary usage of Cagebird

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Metropolitan (1845)
"No pleasure dog ornaments the running equipage, nor watch mastiff bays from the kennel: no inferior animal is to be seen ; all places are empty; no cagebird ..."

2. An Inland Voyage by Robert Louis Stevenson (1878)
"Poor cagebird ! Do I not remember the time when I myself haunted the station, to watch train after train carry its complement of freemen into the night, ..."

3. The Literary Year-book by Joseph Jacobs (1907)
"... is better to send a preliminary letter, bat not necessary, and the remuneration amounts to las. per 1000 words. Canary and cagebird life (1905). W., id. ..."

4. Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes: An Inland Voyage by Robert Louis Stevenson (1906)
"Poor cagebird! Do I not remember the time when I myself haunted the station, to watch train after train carry its complement of freemen into the night, ..."

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