cage — “His father had never a house but the,” 2 HENRY VI., iv. 2. 50. “A cage was formerly a term for a prison. See Minsheu in v. We yet talk of jail-birds” (MALONE) . “There is scarce a village in England which has not a temporary place of confinement still called The Cage” (STEEVENS) .
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