Coop [noun]

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Squinty could look out, but the slats were as close together as those in a chicken coop, and the little pig could not get out.

He sat in a confined little metal coop of a cabin, hardly enough in which to stand erect.

The midget recovered Alfred's knife from the dust and walked over to the trailer that he noted had a wooden coop of slats aboard.

One of them struck a hen-coop on the Saratoga, in which one of the sailors kept a fighting cock.

Then I went around and picked them off the branches until I had half a dozen plump ones stowed away in a coop.

He and the little girls are already under a hen-coop in one of the miserable little boats and nothing will do but I must go too.

I've been trying to keep a Bird of Paradise in a chicken coop!

Mother Bantam would cluck and run back and forth in the coop and call to them, she was so afraid something would happen.

Among my Indian acquaintances of those days was Ka-coop-et, better known in the district as Mr. Bill.

They were all going into grandpa's coop at the farm, and then he would take care of them for Toots.