unbeaten

[ uhn-beet-n ]
/ ʌnˈbit n /

adjective

not struck, pounded, or whipped: unbeaten eggs.
not defeated or never defeated.
untrodden: unbeaten paths.

Nearby words

  1. unbarbed,
  2. unbarred,
  3. unbated,
  4. unbearable,
  5. unbeatable,
  6. unbecoming,
  7. unbegotten,
  8. unbeknown,
  9. unbeknownst,
  10. unbelief

Origin of unbeaten

1225–75; Middle English unbeten; see un-1, beaten

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British Dictionary definitions for unbeaten

unbeaten

/ (ʌnˈbiːtən) /

adjective

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

unbeaten

adj.

late 13c., "not beaten or struck," from un- (1) + beaten. In the sense of "undefeated" it is first recorded 1757.

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