[ uhn-keyj ]
/ ʌnˈkeɪdʒ /

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

First recorded in 1610–20; un-2 + cage
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Examples from the Web for uncage

  • That, I suppose, is to pay his fine; to uncage the wild beast, and set him loose.

    Vassall Morton|Francis Parkman