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- adj. Able to be beaten.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. capable of being defeated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being beaten.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. susceptible to being defeated
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However, I think that Hillary is more "beatable" in the general election so (1) weighs in her favor there.
As a default dem though, I have serious reservations about Clinton, smart, great campaign machine, but most "beatable" of the dems.
| Reply | Permalink they should have to register several months ahead of time so that they can't game the dynamics ... if a republican wants to be permanently registered as a democrat in order to create havoc or vote for the "beatable" dem, then they will never have an opportunity to vote in the republican primary even when it is hotly contested like the dem primary is this year.
I believe that she too is eminently "beatable," especially by John McCain, in the same way that Obama is: i.e., sufficiently weighed down with certain "negatives" that can be used to help explain whatever fraud might be deployed to "beat" her.
However, I think that Hillary is more "beatable" in the general election so 1 weighs in her favor there.
"While incremental comments on longer-term guidance are more conservative, we applaud this more realistic and, dare we say, potentially 'beatable' perspective," he wrote in a client note.
Stall called Zenyatta "beatable" in the days before the race, and his horse backed it up with the kind of dynamic performance that will be talked about for ages.
Mohammad Yousuf backs bowlers against 'beatable' Australia
Despite his team's less than a satisfactory show in the on-going Test series against New Zealand, Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam is confident that his squad would do well in the forthcoming series against the 'beatable' Australia.
ISLAMABAD - Despite his team's less than a satisfactory show in the on-going Test series against New Zealand, Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam is confident that his squad would do well in the forthcoming series against the 'beatable' Australia.
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