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Example Sentences for "cage"

The orangutan somehow escaped from its cage, and spent the afternoon in the trees surrounding the zooWe need to get a little cage for the cat to take it to the veterinarian in.

The orangutan somehow escaped from its cage, and spent the afternoon in the trees surrounding the zoo.

I don't like to keep birds in a cage; it seems cruel to prevent them from flying around.

The lion was pacing back and forth in its cage, growling at the spectators.

The businessman was walking around his office like a caged animal.

The cages for these animals are much too small; they need more room to move around.

Chickens are kept in small cages stacked one on top of another.

I heard it once explained that caged birds don't sing; they cry.

Spiro Agnew once said that marriage is like a cage; one sees the birds outside desperate to get in, and those inside desperate to get out.

An American politician once said that some newspapers are fit only to line the bottom of bird cages.

There is a Mexican proverb which observes that though a cage may be made of gold, it is still a cage.

Parrots that are kept in cages often become mentally ill from boredom.

Beautiful women in bikinis were dancing in large cages on either side of the stage where the band was playing.

Discussion question: How do you feel about keeping animals in cages, such as in zoos?

Find someone who has kept a pet in a cage.


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