from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of pillory.
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New York Times, Dowd attempts to prove she's not one of the guys when she castigates Republican pundits for speculating as to whether Speaker Pelosi uses Botox, but then she goes on to pillary Pelosi herself.
Meeting at the old trolley memorial--pillary gazebo thing at the Greenmarket in Brooklyn at 5, walking to the park.
That’s fag for fig, metinkus, confessed, mhos for mhos, those who, would it not be for that dielectrick, were upon the point of obsoletion, and at the brink of from the pillary of the Nilsens and from the statutes of the Kongbullies and from the millestones of
"Mr. Baldwin will go with me, bless his faithful old pillary heart.