3/23/14

PILLORIED


PILLORIED

<Pil-lor-reed>


Abuse; contempt; despised;

Ridiculed and punished by a group

The pilloried writers learned their lesson and threw the stories out.



PILLOR - IED

Pillor
(Reminds)
Pillory

A pillory is used for punishment.

PILLORY





 
You cogitate loafs of bread. What will you probably do next?
Answer below...









Idiom:  Crazy like a fox.

He is crazy like a fox.

Meaning:

He appears to be crazy, but he is actually very smart.


It looks like what he is doing has no meaning and appears crazy.

A person who is crazy like a fox does not care what other people think.

He keeps his plan secret, but he is usually successful.
 

Foxes are very smart and are  known for their crazy behaviors.
   


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Answer: 
Think about something more interesting. Cogitate means to think deeply. Thinking about bread is boring.


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