verb (used with object), un·caged, un·cag·ing.
to set free from or as if from a cage; free from confinement or restraint.
Origin of uncage
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Related Words for uncageparole, rescue, pardon, clear, relieve, extricate, acquit, release, discharge, dismiss, save, loosen, spring, bail, ransom, untie, reprieve, demobilize, loose, deliver
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Historical Examples of uncage
That, I suppose, is to pay his fine; to uncage the wild beast, and set him loose.Vassall Morton