Meaning of Ukipper in English:


Pronunciation /ˈjuːkɪpə/


(also UKIPper)
informal British
  • A member or supporter of UKIP (the United Kingdom Independence Party)

    • ‘it’s not just Conservative and Labour voters but Ukippers too who think their party will be in government’
    • ‘I write as one of them -a Conservative turned Ukipper.’
    • ‘In the pub I encounter Mahrra, an Indian Ukipper: 'I want out of Europe,' he says.’
    • ‘The kind of Ukipper the media are most likely to encounter very often are middle-class, southern, and suburban former Tories.’
    • ‘However the unemployed on benefits cannot afford to regularly travel by low cost airline to look for work despite what many Ukippers believe.’
    • ‘A quick spot of online searching tells us that in March, Ayling moved from the Tories to the Ukippers.’
    • ‘You have only made a show of this because us Ukippers are sticking together and won't go away.’
    • ‘Nigel Farage said "most Ukippers have got robust views on immigration".’
    • ‘Many UKIPpers are very sane, very disillusioned ex-mainstream party voters.’