View definitions for beat


adjective as in very tired

noun as in blow, stroke

noun as in one's assigned or regular path

noun as in journalist's area of responsibility

Strongest match

Strong match

noun as in piece of news reported before rivals

Strongest match

verb as in forge

verb as in mix

Strongest matches

Discover More

Example Sentences

With some limitations on the usual nonconference games that help poll voters gauge teams, Gonzaga managed to get wins over ranked teams Virginia, West Virginia and Iowa, plus Kansas and Auburn, while Baylor beat No.

Many of the competitions were spectacles, drawing large crowds with elaborate lights and window-rattling beats, but the sport was driven by independent event promoters without any movement trained on the Olympics.

They played a heck of a game defensively and offensively to beat us.

For freshwater paddling, it’s hard to beat the scenery at the mile-long Jordan Pond.

“It’s the worse I’ve been beaten in a long time,” Mahomes said.

He beat his illness twice, wrote about his battles with the disease, and continued broadcasting even as his health was failing.

It went into remission, but it would resurface in 2011; and Scott was able to beat it once again.

But underground classes have Persians getting with the beat.

It may have been the reason why Goldwater beat Rockefeller by three points, and effectively sewed up the GOP nomination.

Despite the scandal, Grimm beat his Democratic opponent by 18 points in November.

Even if poverty were gone, the flail could still beat hard enough upon the grain and chaff of humanity.

His face flushed with annoyance, and taking off his soft hat he began to beat it impatiently against his leg as he walked.

The pulse in Louis's temples beat hard; yet he was determined not to anticipate, but make Wharton explain himself.

To be sure, he hadn't seen Mrs. Robin go, but he had heard the beat of her wings as she began her flight.

We should easily beat this in America with anything like equal facilities, and without charging the British price—£4 7s.


On this page you'll find 453 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to beat, such as: exhausted, fatigued, wearied, weary, dog-tired, and kaput.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.