- not struck, pounded, or whipped: unbeaten eggs.
- not defeated or never defeated.
- untrodden: unbeaten paths.
Origin of unbeaten
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Examples from the Web for unbeaten
Is not the unbeaten Twenty-first Regiment of Grenadiers among them?The Complete Opera Book
Both the beaten and the unbeaten were ready for a new battle.The Sword of Antietam
Joseph A. Altsheler
Take from the fire and stir in one at a time three unbeaten eggs.
If a pink ice is desired, add the unbeaten whites of one or two eggs.
The unbeaten whites of two eggs may be added if a frothy ice is desired.
- having suffered no defeat
- not worn down; untrodden
- not mixed or stirred by beatingunbeaten eggs
- not beaten or struck
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Word Origin and History for unbeaten
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