birdcagenoun [ C ]uk /ˈbɜːd.keɪdʒ/ us /ˈbɝːd.keɪdʒ/
Examples from literature
- All yesterday and to-day we have been making flannel coats for the monkey, and covers for birdcages, and improvising shelters and snug corners for our pets.
- The life of the roadside dwellers, the folk who live in little stone houses and show two flower-pots and a birdcage in their windows, has a strange fascination for me.
- There were several birdcages in the windows, and a constant trilling and chirping going on within them.
- What a heap of rubbish they take away with them—old birdcages, worm-eaten furniture, and every kind of lumber!