cage of anger

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cage of anger

A state of intense anger or rage that inhibits one's ability to forgive others or move on with one's life. Tom has been trapped in a cage of anger ever since his wife and child were killed, lashing out at everyone and everything around him. I know what she did was horrible, but you can't stay in this cage of anger your whole life.
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the cage of anger

n. a prison. (Streets.) The judge put JoJo into the cage of anger for a three-year stretch.
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