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Exhausted and dejected
“The rider moans in an exhausted and beaten heap.”
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(of metal) Shaped by hammering, typically so as to give the surface a dimpled texture
“Like they did yesterday when I saw a wonderful old beaten copper tray in a junk shop.”
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Mixed
“Have three dishes ready with seasoned flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs.”
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Having been beaten or struck
“A few boys were running breakneck for the street like beaten dogs.”
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Feeling tired, fatigued or weary
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(of a path) Well trodden
“You have to literally drive off the beaten path to get there; a gravel road that traverses over a single lane bridge takes you up a winding path to a parking area.”
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(of a person) Unable to think clearly or understand
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In physical pain
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Packed down
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(of a person) Ruined by a disastrous or devastating setback or reverse
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Sad or displeased because of unfulfilled hopes or expectations
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Lacking in material possessions or financial wealth
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Able to be navigated through or traveled on
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Without hope of recovery
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On the ocean or sea, typically of a ship or person aboard a ship
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“It beats me how this could possibly have happened.”
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Past participle for to strike physically or violently
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“We do not beat our kids but we find other ways to discipline them when necessary.”
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Past participle for to defeat, or be better than, someone or something
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“He wants to work harder to beat his own record next year.”
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Past participle for to form or forge with a hammer
“Knowing their ability to beat metal into a variety of different shapes, he began by flattering them.”
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Past participle for to beat or throb in a rhythmic manner
“Gina felt her heart begin to beat quickly from her excitement.”
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Past participle for to stir or whisk vigorously
Beat the potatoes with the butter until they reach a smooth but firm consistency.”
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(of waves) Past participle for to break or move against
“The waves continued to beat all along the shore.”
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(of a bird) Past participle for to fly making rhythmic wing movements
“The crow remained still until it suddenly beat its wings.”
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Past participle for to force a path through
“He would beat a path through the clumps of bushes.”
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Past participle for to avoid or circumvent (a rule, obstacle or problem)
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“You can beat the system, but you can't beat the house.”
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Past participle for to frustrate or prevent (someone) from achieving an aim
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“I have a plan to beat him at his own game.”
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Past participle for to shine with a bright, harsh light
“The tropical sun would beat down on us without mercy.”
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Past participle for to crush into fine particles
“Years of pounding would beat the rocks into a fine dust.”
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Past participle for to crush into a soft, wet, shapeless, and pulpy mass
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Past participle for to criticize or reprimand (someone) severely
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Past participle for to defy or put up an opposition to
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Knocked the daylight out of
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Past participle for fall, move, or hang in a loose and ungainly way
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Past participle for to rain heavily
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Past participle for to move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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Past participle for be comparable to in quality or excellence
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Past participle for to overcome any difficulties presented by
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Past participle for to fasten with a nail or nails
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Past participle for to get the better of
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Past participle for to make a series of changes of course while sailing
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Past participle for cause to bubble
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Past participle for to make emotionally sad or depressed
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Past participle for to harass or annoy (someone) persistently
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Past participle for hit by accident when moving
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Past participle for search madly for
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Past participle for give or cause to give a short, sudden jerking or convulsive movement
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Past participle for break or fall apart into small fragments, especially as part of a process of deterioration
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Past participle for to disconcert someone with an unblinking face-to-face confrontation
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Past participle for search carefully and systematically
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Past participle for make uniform or similar
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Past participle for to produce or develop, especially through effort
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Past participle for cause great mental suffering to
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Past participle for to bite or chew with a noisy crushing sound
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