Definition of uncaged in English:

uncaged

Syllabification: un·caged
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈkājd
 
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adjective

Released from or not confined in a cage.
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  • To examine possible effects of predators on clam growth, I first compared variation in clam growth rate among habitats with different predation pressure, and between predator-exclusion cages and uncaged controls.
  • Free from the shackles of relegation, there was the tantalising prospect of uncaged tigers released to feast and relieve their frustration on the home side.
  • Weiland is like an uncaged lion, and with good reason.

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