unwhipped

unwhipped

(ʌnˈwɪpt)
adj
1. not whipped
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (of British MPs or votes) not subject to a party whip
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It was committed in the presence of slaves, and they of course could neither institute a suit, nor testify against him; and thus the guilty perpetrator of one of the bloodiest and most foul murders goes unwhipped of justice, and uncensured by the community in which he lives.
Always he was sullen, and dogged, and unwhipped; while whisky only served to set the maggots of certitude crawling in his brain.
The latter would be a more grievous error than the former; since in the one case an individual would go unwhipped of justice, while in the other the great safeguards which the law adopts in the punishment of crime and the upholding of justice would be rudely invaded by the tribunal whose sacred duty it is to uphold the law in all its integrity.
less important that some offenders should go unwhipped of justice than
Over some simmering water, melt the chocolate in a glass bowl, adding 100ml of (unwhipped) cream.
Leading Tory rebel over the Syria vote, David Davis made the point again that these very infrequent votes on going to war should always be 'free votes' or unwhipped 'matters of conscience'.
Elizabeth's was a travesty of American justice: A malevolent and bigoted traitor went unwhipped of justice, laughing at the system while he published poems, hosted his friends, and played tennis.
And if she should commit such acts, in Porto Rico, against the sovereignty of the United States as constitute that crime, would she go unwhipped of justice because she had not been naturalized a citizen of the United States?" (Coudert 1903: 22).
as objectionable as a search warrant not based upon specific statements of fact." (240) Further, "It]he fear that some malefactor may go unwhipped of justice weighs as nothing against this just and strong condemnation of a practice so odious.'' (241) After all, Sutherland observed, there were other ways of investigating Jones's practices--a criminal investigation and grand jury indictment.
Stir in half a cup of (unwhipped) whipping cream (if you want to flavour the truffles you can add to the cream, e.g.