use pillory in a sentence.
Translation: we prefer our pillorying to be private.
As a community we praise people for trying, then when it fails we pillory them?
We do pillory film, literary and food critics who are caught basing their review on a publicity still of the work in question.
Dishonesty and/or ignorance from someone of his stature merits a public pillorying, don't you think?
I think part of the reason folks pillory PHP is their annoyance that people are using it as their first language and may never move beyond it to the better alternatives available.
So public humiliation in the form of an online-pillory is OK?
I really don't have an opinion on her, but it seems like the OP of this thread was using a not very sound argument to attempt to pillory the woman.
Considering that the First Congress authorized the death penalty for crimes like counterfeiting, and punishments like the pillory were still in use in the U.
Vote me down, flame and pillory me all you want.
If politicians want to pillory traders and suppliers the charge should be keeping prices too low in prior years and being foolishly shortsighted.
Is this really enough reason to pillory a former politician over?
I picture "Occupy Cape Canaveral" protesters pillorying those who took the risks and made the future possible -- all while those same protesters are wearing platinum jewelry and using electronics that the iridium, rubidium, etc.
Also, I find it ugly to put someone in the pillory who has a lot less clout than you do, no matter how justified it seems to you.
Nobody is pillorying Simon and Schuster because they charge for ebooks.