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You shouldn't be cooped up with a sour old man every evening.
No part of her wanted to be cooped up right now.
The 17th century has treated literature as it treated politics and religion; each of the three was cooped up in a water-tight compartment by itself.
The penguins were really good, ESP at feeding time - and one could imagine they don't mind being cooped up?
He needs exercise and stimulation, and he won't enjoy being cooped up for too long!