English to Bangla Meaning of pillory - কাষ্ঠানির্মিত শাস্তিস্তম্ভবিশেষ

Pillory :
কাষ্ঠানির্মিত শাস্তিস্তম্ভবিশেষ
কাষ্ঠানির্মিত শাস্তিস্তম্ভবিশেষকাষ্ঠানির্মিত শাস্তিস্তম্ভবিশেষকাষ্ঠানির্মিত শাস্তিস্তম্ভবিশেষ
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Share More
Definitions of pillory in English
Noun(1) a wooden instrument of punishment on a post with holes for the wrists and neck; offenders were locked in and so exposed to public scorn
Verb(1) expose to ridicule or public scorn(2) punish by putting in a pillory(3) criticize harshly or violently
Examples of pillory in English
(1) David was on very civil terms with his former opponents, being treated by them as Dr. Shebbeare was in the pillory , who was being allowed to wear a fine powdered flowing wig.(2) The feeling against these figures was not something whipped up by the print publishers and it is worth pointing out that in May 1796 these women were threatened with the pillory by the judge Lord Kenyon.(3) The pillory was occasionally used as a penalty for free people, as for instance in the case of Samuel Thornton, a carpenter sentenced to spend four hours in the pillory in Kingston for his participation in a fraud.(4) She was sentenced to the pillory and to have the offending tapestry burned before her eyes.(5) Both suitors seem confident that marriage to a shrew would prove even more humiliating than submitting to the pillory or a public whipping.(6) It seems to have been grasped early on both within government and among the mainstream opposition politicians that the public pillory awaits anyone seen trying to extract political advantage from the death and suffering.(7) The Foes were Dissenters, Protestants who did not belong to the Anglican Church, and Daniel's ironic attack on the church landed him a three-day stretch in the pillory .(8) ÔÇÿIn the past, any sergeant who failed to answer the summons was guilty of an offence and liable to fines or the pillory ,ÔÇÖ said assize organiser Maureen Singleton.(9) But poorer people faced public and physical punishments, from whippings or brandings in the pillory or exposure in the stocks to the final punishment of hanging.(10) John Frost's 1793 trial opens a discussion of spatial shifts from the civilized sociability of the coffee house to the courts, prison, and the pillory .(11) Minor criminals might also be punished in the village or manor by whipping, the stocks, or the pillory .(12) The pillory was a set of stocks that imprisoned head and arms and was used to humiliate petty offenders, who would be insulted and perhaps pelted with mud by passers-by.(13) For his temerity he was sentenced to be nailed by his ears to the local pillory and responded by laying a curse on the courtroom and city.(14) The pillory was used to punish minor offenders including cheats, liars, rioters and homosexuals, by shaming them in public.(15) The 1563 Act also set out the penalty for causing illness by witchcraft: a year's imprisonment plus four appearances in the pillory .(16) The punishments for which may be confiscation of the fish, imprisonment, the pillory , and the offender giving up his occupation for a year and a day.
(1) pillar-box ::
থাম বাক্স
(2) marble pillar ::
মার্বেল স্তম্ভ
2. attack ::
3. ridicule ::
4. blast ::
5. gibbet ::
Different Forms
pillories, pillory, pillorying
English to Bangla Dictionary: pillory

Meaning and definitions of pillory, translation in Bangla language for pillory with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of pillory in Bangla and in English language.

Tags for the entry 'pillory'

What pillory means in Bangla, pillory meaning in Bangla, pillory definition, examples and pronunciation of pillory in Bangla language.

Learn Prepositions by Photos
Commonly confused words
form of verbs
Learn 300+ TOEFL words
Fill in the blanks
Topic Wise Words
Learn 3000+ common words
Learn English Grammar
Words Everyday
Most Searched Words
GRE words
Android App
iPhone App
Chrome Extension
Common Translations

How to use BDWord

Blog List

Topic Wise Words

Learn 3000+ Common Words

Learn Common GRE Words

Learn Words Everyday

Your Favorite Words
Currently you do not have any favorite word. To make a word favorite you have to click on the heart button.
Your Search History