Idioms about pillar
- aimlessly from place to place.
- uneasily from one bad situation or predicament to another.
Origin of pillar
synonym study for pillar
OTHER WORDS FROM pillarpillared, adjectivepil·lar·like, adjectiveun·pil·lared, adjective
How to use pillar in a sentence
The wide receiver who snared the ball was a pillar for the Houston Texans.Kyler Murray runs out of miracles as Seahawks hang on to take over first place in NFC West|Mark Maske|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
Once you work on your pillars, it’s time to build your themed link funnels.
The widest pillars with the least spacing give off red light, the next widest, green, and least wide, blue.New Display Packs 10,000 PPI and Could Paint Stunning VR Worlds|Jason Dorrier|November 1, 2020|Singularity Hub
They speak Aramaic, the language of Jesus, and have become pillars of the Detroit business community.Political Tremors: How to Survive Election Day Drama|Nick Fouriezos|November 1, 2020|Ozy
The Edelman Trust barometer continues to show CEOs to be one of the most trusted pillars of society.Election 2020: Counting on business to seek fair ballot counts|matthewheimer|October 30, 2020|Fortune
She opened a door at the back of the central hall and found herself in a pillared corridor with a door at either end.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
At the ground level there was, however, a certain pillared recess, which bore the marks of human habitation.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson
Here was a pillared-porch, above which had been built what appeared to be a conservatory.The Daffodil Mystery|Edgar Wallace
Governors and legislators peopled its walks; pillared mansions grew at the heads of long avenues of water oak.Mountain|Clement Wood
Mr. Chope appears to use it for the pillared structure within the recess.Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall|Robert S. Hawker