menagerie

[ muh-naj-uh-ree, -nazh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF menagerie
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They had not been herded together like animals in a menagerie, as in Colonel Corkran's day.

Are you thinking we are live kangaroos escaped from a menagerie?

Does she still keep a menagerie for sick dogs and lost cats?

Then to a meek huérfanita, feeding her menagerie, I made oration.

"Your friends sound like a menagerie," remarked Zeb, uneasily.

Was this a common, vulgar circus—with a menagerie attachment?

He remembered then how the keeper of a menagerie had that morning hired his vehicle.

Run, you ruffians, before I turn the rest of our menagerie on you!

There were no animal vans as the menagerie had not combined with the circus in those days.

After a while I realized that the lecturer had no menagerie in his pockets.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MENAGERIE

zoo

nounparklike area in where animals are housed for exhibition
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