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Adjective: defeated  di'fee-tid
  1. Beaten or overcome; not victorious
    "the defeated enemy"
  2. Disappointingly unsuccessful
    "defeated expectations and thwarted ambitions";
    - disappointed, discomfited, foiled, frustrated, thwarted, gutted [Brit, informal], crushed
Noun: defeated  di'fee-tid
  1. People who are defeated
    "the Romans had no pity for the defeated";
    - discomfited
Verb: defeat  di'feet or dee'feet [N. Amer], di'feet [Brit]
  1. Win a victory over
    "defeat your enemies";
    - get the better of, overcome
  2. Thwart the passage of
    "defeat a motion";
    - kill, shoot down, vote down, vote out

See also: licked, subjugated, unsuccessful

Type of: blackball, negative, people, veto

Antonym: undefeated

Encyclopedia: Defeated