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  • v. Present participle of encage.

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Examples

  • In this case, justice is determine by the wrongful actions of freeing one young boy's soul and encaging many others.

    Walk in My Shoes: Teen talks about deadly brawl

  • Energies spiraled from six of its tines, encaging Ghost and myself, swirling us upward to the place of my desire in the Maze of Art. I tried for a flash of fire as we went, but had no way of knowing whether I'd achieved it.

    Prince of Chaos

  • It squawked mightily again, pivoted on its encaging left foot, and glared at Gord.

    Night Arrant

  • It's a new year, a new Nakba, and an old scene; Israel is bombarding Gaza once again and the world is standing idly by, sitting on a fence very different from the electrified border fence encaging Gaza, or the separation wall dividing and ghettoizing the West Bank.

    Window Into Palestine

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