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un·caged

 (ŭn-kājd′)
adj.
1. Not confined in a cage: uncaged birds.
2. Released from a cage: an uncaged lion in the arena.

uncaged

(ʌnˈkeɪdʒd)
adj
at liberty

un•caged

(ʌnˈkeɪdʒd)

adj.
1. not confined in a cage.
2. free or set free from confinement or restraint.
[1725–35]
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