Whipless meaning

(political, of an MP) Having been deprived of party membership as a disciplinary measure, or having relinquished membership, and often not voting to support party policy.

... spectacle of Conservative Euro-rebels delighting in their disgrace and flaunting their whipless condition, rather than being sad and ashamed of what has happened. (Hansard, 24 Feb 1995).

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(informal, of coffee) Without whipped cream.
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Without a whip (as in horse racing).
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(of an antenna) Concealed, with no visible aerial.
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Designed so as to avoid a lash rebound like a whip.
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Origin of whipless

  • whip +‎ -less

    From Wiktionary