little-ease definition

  • noun:
    • The pillory, stocks, etc., of a prison.
    • a classic slang name when it comes to pillory, shares, etc., of a prison.
    • circumstances of disquiet or misery; for this reason, something that causes uneasiness; specifically, a classic title for a punishment causing bodily disquiet or discomfort, once the shares or even the pillory, or some especially uncomfortable element of a prison, as a very little cell.

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