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- adjective Impossible to defeat or surpass.
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- adjective That cannot be
beaten, defeatedor overcome
- noun Someone or something that can't be beaten
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- adjective hard to defeat
- adjective incapable of being overcome or subdued
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The idea that this ticket will be unbeatable is somewhat unrealistic.
` ` We would have taken a win against Vancouver College boys team, '' Crawford said, ` ` but beating the Canucks, who have played so well, especially here, and in overtime, where they've been almost unbeatable, is pretty gratifying for sure. ''
Actually the Republicans continue to think Chavez in unbeatable in this election.
Last year after you made Jerry McNerney your DFA Grassroots All-Star, you helped lead him to victory against so-called unbeatable Republican incumbent Richard Pombo.
PAUL, Minnesota (Ticker) -- The Minnesota Wild remain unbeatable.
Less than a month ago we battered the so called unbeatable utd 4.1 away.
They both were but del Potro was the stronger one in the end ... siboney4you wrote: I believe Roger will win again but he will never be what he once was -- "unbeatable"! crazyk wrote: Del Potro got lucky!
He was 100% "unbeatable" except for 1 thing, always……….kryptonite.
They were so confident that their own Pennsylvania spokesman said Clinton would be "unbeatable" in Pennsylvania - regardless of spending by her opponent.
"They are the prohibitive favorite" in Pennsylvania, Plouffe said about the Clinton campaign, which he noted described itself as "unbeatable" in the state.