A cage




  • To confine in a cage; to put into and keep in a cage.
  • To restrict someone's movement or creativity.
  • To immobilize an artificial horizon.
  • To track individual responses to direct mail, either to maintain and develop mailing lists or to identify people who are not eligible to vote because they do not reside at the registered addresses.


  • From Middle English cage, from Old French cage, from Latin cavea. jail.

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