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Origin of menagerie
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
Word Origin for menagerie
"collection of wild animals kept in captivity," 1712, from French ménagerie "housing for domestic animals" (16c.), from Old French manage (see menage).