Definition of 'pillock'
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DEAD BEAT (2002)
Or in that particular instance, the object behind the joke...' `... The fool, the pillock...' Jo smiled, winningly.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
Hooch frowned, snatching the book back again, `In terms of etymology, pillock 'd probably have its origin in pillory.BEHINDLINGS (2002)
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