English Thesaurus
(noun) 
Definition
an enclosure made of bars or wires, for keeping birds or animals in
I hate to see animals being kept in cages.
Synonyms
enclosure
This enclosure was so vast that the outermost wall could hardly be seen.
,
pen
a holding pen for sheep
,
coop
Behind the house, the pair set up a chicken coop.
,
hutch
,
pound
The dog has been sent to the pound.
,
corral (US)
As we neared the corral, the horses pranced and whinnied.
(verb) 
Definition
to confine in a cage
Don't you think it's cruel to cage wild creatures?
Synonyms
shut up
,
confine
He has been confined to his barracks.
,
restrain
Police restrained her on July 28.
,
imprison
He was imprisoned for 18 months on charges of anti-state agitation.
,
lock up
,
mew
,
incarcerate
The general was incarcerated for life.
,
fence in
, ,
coop up
,
immure (archaic)
,

Additional synonyms

in the sense of confine
Definition
to keep within bounds
He has been confined to his barracks.
Synonyms
shut up,
hem in,
immure (archaic),
in the sense of coop
Definition
a cage or pen for poultry or small animals
Behind the house, the pair set up a chicken coop.
Synonyms
pen,
box,
hutch,
corral (US, Canadian)
in the sense of corral
Definition
an enclosure for cattle or horses
As we neared the corral, the horses pranced and whinnied.

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