• (adj): Beaten repeatedly with heavy blows.
    Synonyms: battered
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on beaten:

St. Anthony Beaten By Devils
... Anthony Beaten by Devils is a gothic style oil painting by Sassetta ... Anthony Beaten by Devils is currently on display at the Pinacoteca Nazionale ...
Bruised But Not Beaten
... Bruised but Not Beaten is the debut album of The Fisticuffs ... under working titles including “The Jig” (Bruised But Not Beaten), “Kerry Doon” (Coorie Doon misspelled on the original tracklist), and “Dave's Opus” (I Endure) ...
La Flèche RC - Men's Coupe De France
... was reaching the last 32 in 1995-1996, when they were beaten by Martigues, in 2001-2002, when they were beaten by Châteauroux, and in 2004-2005, when they were beaten by ...
St Helens RFC - Honours
... World Club Challenge (2 times) 2001, 2007 Beaten Finalists (3 times) 1976, 2000, 2003 Championship (including Super League) (12 times) 1931–32, 1952—53, 1958—59, 1965 ...
Silver Patriarch
... the 1997 Irish Derby, but finished a disappointing fifth to Desert King, beaten thirteen lengths ... second to Stowaway in the Great Voltigeur Stakes at York, beaten half a length, before winning the St Leger at Doncaster, for which he had started 5-4 ... He remained a consistent performer, though he was well beaten in the 1998 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot, won by Swain for the second consecutive year ...

More definitions of "beaten":

  • (adj): Formed or made thin by hammering.
    Example: "Beaten gold"
  • (adj): Much trodden and worn smooth or bare.
    Example: "Did not stray from the beaten path"

Famous quotes containing the word beaten:

    “O.K., Marlowe,” I said to myself, “you’re a tough guy. You’ve been zapped twice, choked, beaten silly with a gun, shot in the arm until you’re as crazy as a couple of waltzing mice, now let’s see you do something really tough, like putting your pants on.”
    John Paxton (1911–1985)

    We have beaten the living, but we cannot fight the dead.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    You ask what I have found and far and wide I go,
    Nothing but Cromwell’s house and Cromwell’s murderous crew,
    The lovers and the dancers are beaten into the clay,
    And the tall men and the swordsmen and the horsemen where are they?
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)