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Use "cagelike" in a sentence
"For Hippocrates and Plato the mind was not limited to the brain; it encompassed as well the innards, or splanchna, held in the "cagelike" breast."
"Another wears a cagelike hoop skirt of red, white and blue ribbon."
"The judge therefore ruled that the jury cannot see sworn pre-trial testimony in this case from an Army medic at Bagram who saw Khadr hooded and chained in a cagelike cell with his arms suspended from a metal grate."