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- adj. subjugated, beaten, overcome
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of defeat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. beaten or overcome; not victorious
- n. people who are defeated
- adj. disappointingly unsuccessful
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For instance, one of the deputy speakers of the parliament who said that Obama can change what he called the defeated Bush policies and in doing so can play an important role in future relations between the U.S.,
"They had a conversation about the fact that the prospects of him winning had passed him by and that the only way the Republican would be defeated is to jump on board with Crist," said a Florida Democrat familiar with the discussion.
Oudin defeated Dementieva and three other Russians in a surprising run to the U.S.
Owain defeated an English and Gascon force at Soubise later that year, capturing Sir Thomas Percy and Jean de Grailly, the Captal de Buch.
The metaphor of the past administration broken and defeated is sweet indeed.
Amid claims of a 'rigged-election' by certain defeated Iranian presidential candidates, a top election official says the box-by-box details of the vote will be released.
Wisconsin defeated No. 4 Purdue, No. 5 Michigan State and No. 6 Duke on its home floor.
In other first-round matches, two-time defending champion Spain defeated Switzerland 4-1.
Spain defeated hosts South Africa 3-2 after extra time in the 3rd-place playoff.
Onhogo disappointed to sweep see everyone, family soldiers only have serveal life defense himself, empire soldiers already running in defeated and flee.