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birdcage Line breaks: bird|cage
Pronunciation: /ˈbəːdkeɪdʒ/

Definition of birdcage in English:

noun

A cage for pet birds, typically made of wire or cane.
Example sentences
  • He always loved birds,’ said Anthony, pointing to the three birdcages with birds hanging up in his uncle's home.
  • The glint on the wire frames of his spectacles echoes the glint on the birdcage wire.
  • Another one was an aviarist, he was keen on birds and he took all the doors off the kitchen cupboards and put wire netting up to use them as birdcages.

Words that rhyme with birdcage

greengage • ribcage

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