beaten definition

  • adjective:
    • Formed or made slim by hammering: outdone gold.
    • donned by continuous usage; familiar and far traveled: a village found well-off the beaten road.
    • absolutely worn-out; fatigued.
    • beaten
    • over and over repeatedly struck
    • mixed by paddling with a wooden spoon or any other apply
    • Made smooth by beating or treading; worn by use.
    • Vanquished; defeated; conquered; baffled.
    • Exhausted; tired away.
    • Become typical or trite.
    • Tried; practiced.
    • formed or made slim by hammering
    • much trodden and worn smooth or bare
    • Formed or made thin by hammering: beaten silver.
    • Worn by constant use; familiar and far traveled: a village found well off the beaten road.
    • absolutely worn-out; exhausted.
    • defeated
    • over repeatedly struck
    • blended by paddling with a wooden spoon or other apply
    • Made smooth by beating or treading; worn by usage.
    • Vanquished; defeated; conquered; baffled.
    • Exhausted; tired away.
    • get typical or trite.
    • used; practiced.
    • formed or made thin by hammering
    • much trodden and worn smooth or bare
  • verb:
    • last participle of beat
    • last participle of beat
  • others:
    • Wrought upon by beating; created or impacted at all by blows or percussion: as, outdone work (which see, below).
    • Specifically Worn by beating or treading; much trodden; thus, common from frequent use or repetition; trite: since, to adhere to the beaten length of thinking.
    • Conquered; vanquished.
    • Exhausted; worn out.
    • Baffled, as by the difficulty of a task, intellectual or actual.
    • Wrought upon by beating; formed or impacted in any way by hits or percussion: as, outdone work (which see, below).
    • Specifically Worn by beating or treading; much trodden; hence, common from frequent usage or repetition; trite: because, to adhere to the beaten course of reasoning.
    • Conquered; vanquished.
    • fatigued; exhausted.
    • Baffled, as by the difficulty of a task, intellectual or physical.

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