Cage

Cage may refer to:

  • Cage (enclosure), a structure made of mesh, bars or wires, used to confine, contain or protect something. Examples include:
    • Batting cage, an enclosure for baseball players to practice batting
    • Bottle cage, a bicycle accessory used to affix a water bottle to a bike
    • Reptile cage, a wooden or glass terrarium typically 12-48" long for housing lizards, snakes, and various domestic reptiles
    • Cage (BDSM), an enclosure used to confine a submissive in BDSM
    • Casino cage, the location where chips are exchanged to or from cash in a casino
    • Cage (bearing), a component of a rolling-element bearing
    • Faraday cage, an enclosure formed by conducting material
    • Human rib cage, a part of the human skeleton within the thoracic area
    • Mine cage, similar to an elevator, used to transport miners and their equipment to/from the working face of a shaft mine
    • Roll cage, a specially constructed frame built in or around the cab of a vehicle to protect the occupants from injury
    • Shark proof cage, used by scuba divers to examine sharks with better safely

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Famous quotes containing the word cage:

    You can cage the singer but not the song.
    Harry Belafonte (b. 1927)

    “... Let the cage bird and the cage bird mate and the wild bird mate in the wild.”
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The heart of a woman falls back with the night,
    And enters some alien cage in its plight,
    And tries to forget it has dreamed of the stars,
    While it breaks, breaks, breaks on the sheltering bars.
    Georgia Douglas Johnson (1886–1966)