Cooped up

If you are feeling “Cooped up” it means that you feel like you’ve been inside the same place for too long.

Here are some good example sentences:

I really want to go outside today.  I’ve been cooped up in bed for the past week with a terrible cold.

I’m sure she’ll want to go out tonight.  It’s Friday night and she’s been cooped up in the office all week.

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