- not confined in a cage.
- free or set free from confinement or restraint: the uncaged spirit of a freethinker.
Origin of uncaged
- to set free from or as if from a cage; free from confinement or restraint.
Origin of uncage
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Examples from the Web for uncaged
But an uncaged tyrant like Saddam demanded a posture at once more nimble and aggressive.The Case for Bombing Iran Shows Hawks Wrong All Over Again
February 8, 2012
For ransom and release, she gave her lips unresistingly, and he uncaged her.The Scarlet Feather
And I no more dared glance at Tod than if he had been an uncaged crocodile.Johnny Ludlow. First Series
Mrs. Henry Wood
And Paula, uncaged at last, came to his heart with a cry, and clung there.Our Square and the People in It
Samuel Hopkins Adams
There were uncaged winds about; you could hear them whistling among the precipices.Day and Night Stories
Then, that he must be as near the uncaged tiger as human mind and body can be made.Friday, the Thirteenth
Thomas W. Lawson
- at liberty
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