birdcage birdcage  /ˈbɜrd keɪdʒ/


  • (n) a cage in which a bird can be kept


  1. The window is brief, as a tropical sundown can seem as swift as a blanket thrown over a birdcage, but the ibis do not disappoint.
  2. His birdcage, for instance, has a clear plastic front and back and a light, and a wavy perch that, he insists, prevents bird carpal-tunnel syndrome.
  3. Our democracy is being locked in a birdcage.


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  1. "Very few of my remakes have been satisfying," Veber says. "Except perhaps The Birdcage [the 1996 remake of La Cage Aux Folles]. That was very well done, but Mike Nichols is a great director, and Elaine May is a very good writer. When Billy...
    on Mar 31, 2009 By: Francis Veber Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. In an interview with Italian television station RAI, Mason said that "it's a real honour to drive this amazing concept car which draws inspiration from a golden era for Maserati. The original Birdcage, the Tipo 61, was a perfectly balanced car, so...
    on Jun 27, 2005 By: Nick Mason Source: CARkeys

  3. Asked on Sydney radio this morning if the US bailout could actually make money if debts were bought up at "bottom of the birdcage rates", Mr Turnbull said: "Absolutely."
    on Sep 30, 2008 By: Malcolm Turnbull Source: The Australian

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