A pile of straw right by the menagerie lit on fire, and reached the tent in seconds.
A year later, the press speculated that Bubbles died when a fire tore through Jackson's Santa Barbara menagerie.
Guangdong has long been known for its menagerie of exotic ingredients.
We sat in front of a modernist gas fireplace as a menagerie of tourists came and went about us.
What we get is a menagerie of grotesques, which seems to be a Ryan Murphy staple.
He had been to the menagerie, and he had seen her with Gaston.
Does she still keep a menagerie for sick dogs and lost cats?
"Nor the terraces and gardens, nor the menagerie, nor dry pond," added Mabel.
Was this a common, vulgar circus—with a menagerie attachment?
Mrs Lee tells us of a lion which was kept in the menagerie at Brussels.