- vt. 给…上颈手枷；使…惹人嘲笑
- 1.He was pilloried in the newspapers and his resignation demanded.
- 2.From hockshop to medicine shop, he become a "pillory"stuff and form the "pillory complex"--the complex of "eat other person".
- 在当铺与药铺之间 ，鲁迅成为“示众”的材料 ，并形成“示众 /吃人”情结。
- 3.Meanwhile Hester Prynne was standing beside the scaffold of the pillory, with the scarlet letter still burning on her breast!
- 1.a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes for the wrists and neck; offenders were locke
- 2.expose to ridicule or public scorn
- 3.punish by putting in a pillory
- 4.criticize harshly or violently
- 颈手枷; 上首, 手迦, 使惹人嘲笑; 颈手枷，示众，嘲弄; 上颈手枷;
- nail to the pillory
- Pillory of the Sleepless