Napoleon, the prisoner in the school "lock-up," raged for a while like a caged lion.
Wentworth paced up and down the narrow limits of the state-room as if he were caged.
That could make some other guy as mad as a caged hyena—the wrong sort of other guy.
He had the freedom of the house, for Whittier objected to having him caged.
Peter raged up and down the floor of the Cabin like a caged animal.
And he walked impatiently to and fro, like a caged animal in fretfulness.
I seemed to be caged in flames that were darting at me savagely, spitefully.
Her caged soul will struggle for light and companionship, blindly, vainly.
No less than five kinds of squirrels had been caught and caged.
He could do nothing, and in his inactivity he chafed like a caged lion.