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Adjective
Having been defeated in a contest
“The beaten team slunk into the gymnasium, ashamed, avoiding each other's eyes, and wanting only to leave as quickly as possible.”
Adjective
Mentally or emotionally demoralized
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“I dealt with the questioning sessions, justified my actions, and walked away a little worse for wear and emotionally beaten.”
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(of metal) Shaped or forged by hammering
“Words fell between hammer strokes, and were often as hot as the beaten metal.”
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Mixed by paddling with a wooden spoon or other implement
“Fold the heavy mixture into the beaten egg whites.”
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Having been mistreated or assaulted, especially physically
“He made a vague comment about my bruises, saying a poor, beaten child like myself should at least eat.”
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Feeling tired, fatigued or weary
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“Emma sat down wearily on a rock and looked around her, feeling tired and beaten.”
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(of a path) Well trodden
“You have to literally drive off the beaten path to get to this remote corner of the island.”
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Showing or expressing confusion or bewilderment
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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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In physical pain
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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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To be worn down by negative emotions
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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.”
Verb
Past participle for to strike physically or violently
“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
“He wants to work harder to beat his own record next year.”
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Past participle for to form, shape 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)
“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
“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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