Definition of unbeaten
1 : not pounded or beaten : not whipped
2 : not traversed : untrodden
3 : not defeated
Examples of unbeaten in a Sentence
The team is unbeaten so far this season.
He remains unbeaten in his career.
Recent Examples of unbeaten from the Web
The Dallas Mavericks came out on fire and never let up, rolling past the Oklahoma City Thunder 94-75 Wednesday to stay unbeaten in Orlando Pro Summer League action.
With Germany riding a 13 match–unbeaten streak, Mexico will probably need some of the heroics that allowed the team to erase deficits in each of its three group stage matches.
The comprehensive result means New Zealand protected an unbeaten run at this venue which stretches back to 1994 -- when Bill Clinton was sat in the Oval Office and Forest Gump was showing in movie theaters.
After five consecutive ties to start preseason, the defeat ended the unbeaten streak for United (0-1-5).
Also, Pike’s 61-59 overtime win in the girls basketball regional to end North Central’s unbeaten run was an intense battle between rivals.
Unbeaten national wins leader Jake Thompson was scuffling, his teammates were struggling against Connor Seabold, and Oregon State was facing a four-run deficit that was its biggest in almost two months.
Matt Savoca | S Boca Raton junior Four-year starter, co-captain quarterbacked Bobcats' unbeaten streak of 22 matches, state tourney berth; finished with 553 assists.
Rebekkah Brunson scored 21 points for Minnesota, which improved to 7-0 and remains the only unbeaten team in the WNBA.
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UNBEATEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unbeaten for English Language Learners
: not defeated : not beaten
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