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View definitions for de-feat

de-feat

noun as in knock

noun as in landslide

noun as in miscarriage

noun as in beating

noun as in subversion

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noun as in suppression

noun as in licking

noun as in thrashing

noun as in defeat

verb as in mock

verb as in outflank

verb as in outfox

verb as in pulverize

verb as in put down

verb as in baffle

verb as in set back

verb as in outmaneuver

Strongest matches

verb as in outperform

Strongest matches

verb as in outshine

verb as in steamroller

verb as in wear down

verb as in checkmate

verb as in outrun

Strongest matches

verb as in outstrip

verb as in override

verb as in shellac

verb as in smite

verb as in wrack

Strongest matches

Strong matches

verb as in cheat

Strongest matches

Strong matches

verb as in pauperize

verb as in trump

verb as in do for

verb as in drub

verb as in get

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The fight which he took part in as aide-de-camp, and which had so sad an end, goes by the name of Brad-dock's de-feat.

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On this page you'll find 3901 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to de-feat, such as: blame, censure, condemnation, defeat, failure, and flak.

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

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