Examples from the Web for menagerie
A pile of straw right by the menagerie lit on fire, and reached the tent in seconds.Thrills and Too Many Spills: The Dangers of the Circus|Marina Watts|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Guangdong has long been known for its menagerie of exotic ingredients.Poisoning of CEO in Cat Stew Stirs Outrage Among Rights Activists|Dan Levin|January 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
What we get is a menagerie of grotesques, which seems to be a Ryan Murphy staple.
We sat in front of a modernist gas fireplace as a menagerie of tourists came and went about us.
A year later, the press speculated that Bubbles died when a fire tore through Jackson's Santa Barbara menagerie.
Sometimes they visit a circus or menagerie whose managers have made a timely visit to our inland city.
Thrust your hand through the cage at a menagerie, and stroke the back of a cobra from the East Indies.The Wedding Ring|T. De Witt Talmage
After we had finished our breakfast next morning, we embarked our baggage and menagerie, and prepared to depart.Adventures of a Young Naturalist|Lucien Biart
"The whole show is dreadful," she cried coming out of the menagerie of M. Martin.A Passion in the Desert|Honore de Balzac
I understood you to say last week, Mr. Van Pycke, that you were through with menagerie performances for all time.The Alternative|George Barr McCutcheon
British Dictionary definitions for menagerie
Word Origin for menagerie
Word Origin and History for menagerie
"collection of wild animals kept in captivity," 1712, from French ménagerie "housing for domestic animals" (16c.), from Old French manage (see menage).