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beat up

verb as in assault

adjective as in in poor condition from use

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Example Sentences

Lots of Republicans feel they were sent to Washington to beat up on immigrants.

I got to beat up on those kids with the perfectly pressed uniforms.

Watching her drown her sorrows in hooch and then get beat up by Crazy Eyes in the showers was ghastly…but great television.

If Poroshenko is afraid of fighting a woman, nobody would believe he could beat up Putin!

When our hero is ambushed by dozens of agents in an elevator, we see him beat up every single one in close combat.

And Sara Lee beat up the eggs and found, after a bad moment, some salt in a box, and then poured her omelet into the pan.

The captain refused, telling me why; and at last I had to beat up for people almost with prayers.

The French and Turkish fleets combined were ten leagues south this morning, trying to beat up to us.

We'll beat up through this channel to the north side of the ice-field.

Yes, I'm the one that got wet, but you're the one that got beat up!


On this page you'll find 166 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to beat-up, such as: broken-down, crumbling, decrepit, derelict, deserted, and desolate.

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