Definition of Bird cage. Meaning of Bird cage. Synonyms of Bird cage

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Definition of Bird cage

Bird cage
Bird cage Bird" cage", or Birdcage Bird"cage`, n. A cage for confining birds.

Meaning of Bird cage from wikipedia

- Caged Bird may refer to: Caged bird, a bird kept in a birdcage "Caged Bird", a song by Alicia Keys on her 2001 album Songs in A Minor "Caged Bird" (Wonderfalls)...
- The Big Bird Cage is a 1972 American exploitation film of the "women in prison" subgenre. It serves as a non-sequel follow-up to the 1971 film The Big...
- The Bird Cage Theatre was a theater in Tombstone, Arizona. It operated intermittently from December 1881 to 1894. When the silver mines closed, the theatre...
- A birdcage (or bird cage) is a cage designed to house birds as pets. Antique (or antique-style) birdcages are often po****r as collectors' items or as...
- I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings is a 1969 autobiography describing the early years of American writer and poet Maya Angelou. The first in a seven-volume...
- cage for birds. Bird cage or variants may also refer to: Maserati Tipo 61 Flash suppressor on a rifle The Birdcage, 1996 American film The Bird Cage,...
- The vanishing bird cage, also known as the flying birdcage, is a cl****ic parlour magic effect that was invented by French magician Buatier De Kolta. The...
- Battery cage Hamster or mouse cage Rat cage Rabbit cage The hand of a marmoset caged at a butterfly park Cage of bird trapper (late nineteenth century)...
- confining birds. Unlike birdcages, aviaries allow birds a larger living space where they can fly; hence, aviaries are also sometimes known as flight cages. Aviaries...
- "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" is a song composed by Arthur J. Lamb and Harry Von Tilzer. It was a sentimental ballad (or tear-jerker) that became one of the...
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