from The Century Dictionary.
- To set free from a cage or from confinement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To loose, or release, from, or as from, a cage.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb take out of or remove from a
- verb metaphorical unleash, remove from restraints
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Let ` s uncage the attorneys, Darryl Cohen, defense attorney out of Atlanta and Midwin Charles out of New York.
Let ` s unchain the lawyers, or I like to say, uncage the lawyers.
BROOKS: Let ` s uncage the lawyers -- Susan Moss, family attorney, child advocate, joining us here in New York.
BROOKS: Well, let ` s uncage the lawyers and talk about what those down the line could be.
BROOKS: You know, right now, I want to uncage the attorneys.
Let ` s-- I want to say uncage the lawyers tonight.
They had forgotten on Monday night to uncage the two black owls; and so it was necessary that the Duke's death should be postponed.
They had forgotten on Monday night to uncage the two black owls; and so it was necessary that the Duke's death should be post-poned.
And he arraigns his indolence and constantly asserts that delicate repasts and strong drink have helped uncage the wild animal in him.
If a man was a theorist, he could here find a voice for his opinions; and if he were a genius, he could here uncage his gifts and find recognition.