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And he walked impatiently to and fro, like a caged animal in fretfulness.
A RENT IN A CLOUDCHARLES JAMES LEVER
He stamped up and down the narrow chamber like a caged wild beast, fuming and raging.
THE DISPUTED V.C.FREDERICK P. GIBBON
This time Grace won the toss and sent the ball whizzing to the goal thrower, who tried for goal and caged the ball without effort.
Further, Jean de Meun took the illustration of the caged bird from Boethius; see next note.
It had a window and a door into the cloister, and two windows to the east, and was surrounded with caged book-shelves.
He only walked up and down the small room that held him fast like a caged lion.
MADGE MORTON'S SECRETAMY D. V. CHALMERS
Huxham in his den paced up and down like a caged bear, angered exceedingly by his daughter's obstinacy, as he termed it.
Lady Alice looked on him as an old lady might upon a caged monster—with curiosity and fear.
GUY DEVERELL, V. 1 OF 2JOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
She felt that she was caged like a rat in a trap, but did not mean to be taken at a disadvantage, whatever happened.
I rushed off to my study, ashamed and disappointed, and paced round it like a caged animal.
BOYCOTTEDTALBOT BAINES REED

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