Definition of Encaged

1. Verb. (past of encage) ¹



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Definition of Encaged

1. encage [v] - See also: encage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Encaged

enatic
enation
enations
enaunter
enavigate
enbattled
enbibe
enbibed
enbibes
enbibing
enblow
enbucrilate
encaenia
encaenias
encage
encaged (current term)
encages
encaging
encainide
encainide hydrochloride
encalm
encalmed
encalming
encalms
encamp
encamped
encamping
encampment
encampments
encamps

Literary usage of Encaged

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1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1899)
"... NY, is encaged upon a genealogy of the Stevens (Stephens) family, embracing the descendants of the following : Henry Stevens, who died in Boston, Mass., ..."

2. History of Mexico by Hubert Howe Bancroft, William Nemos, Thomas Savage, Joseph Joshua Peatfield (1883)
"... encaged—GUZMAN'S RELEASE AND DEPAT.TCRE TO SPAIN— CLIPPED WINGS—GUZMAN'S DEATH AND CHARACTER—TORRE'S OFFICIAL INVESTIGATIONS—His WISE ..."

3. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1891)
"We believe that the State should establish a standard eight-hour day for State and municipal employés encaged in manual labor. We renew our demand of last ..."

4. History of Colorado by Wilbur Fiske Stone (1918)
"... Mr. McMullen was married to Miss Hannah Olson and they have become the parents of four children: George A., who was formerly encaged in the jewelry ..."

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