from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not confined in a cage: uncaged birds.
- adj. Released from a cage: an uncaged lion in the arena.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of uncage.
- adj. Not caged; not kept in a cage.
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"uncaged" branches limning the farthest reaches of our attempts at restitution before deflecting our gaze back down to these attached living quarters of skylights and swinging cots and corner-mounted platform beds.
By the way, on my street several people with uncaged meters reported a tripling of their kwh used.
After the second day I slept only a few hours because desire and longing were stalking my mind like uncaged dragons.
I see no reason they should be the helpless prey of other uncaged felons.
"It's actually more risky to drive around on the freeways in Los Angeles than to dive uncaged with great whites," Casagrande sneered.
It's been brought up, whether or not caged or uncaged chickens have, you know, more likelihood of contracting salmonella.
But, it seems entirely reasonable to me not to drive with an uncaged bear.
During inspections from August 19 through August 26, 2010, investigators found numerous unsealed rodent holes, liquid manure "streaming" from a crack in the manure pit, and uncaged hens tracking manure throughout the laying facilities.
One evening, unwinding over beers on the back patio of the Farmington hotel where the out-of-towners stayed, I asked Geiger what it would take to truly shield the Diné from the uncaged łeetso in their country.