unbeaten

adjective
un·​beat·​en | \ˌən-ˈbē-tᵊn \

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 on the Web

Four of the country’s top 10 teams – all from different conferences – are still unbeaten and WSU is one of eight top-15 teams with one loss. Theo Lawson, The Seattle Times, "The Cougars are top-10 and in the driver’s seat for Pac-12 North. Does WSU have a shot at the playoff?," 29 Oct. 2018 Goff passed for career highs of 465 yards and five touchdowns, winning a scintillating duel with his Minnesota counterpart and leading the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams to a 38-31 victory over the Vikings on Thursday night. Greg Beacham, Fox News, "Rams top Vikings, 38-31, as Goff throws for 465 yards, 5 TDs," 28 Sep. 2018 The Vikings are a touchdown underdog Thursday night in Los Angeles against the unbeaten Rams. Michael Salfino, WSJ, "The Vikings Were Looking Super. Then They Played the Bills.," 25 Sep. 2018 In 1984, Poly was unbeaten and unscored on for the entire season. Mike Preston, baltimoresun.com, "Preston: No sympathy for the MIAA schools complaining about St. Frances," 31 May 2018 Varsity South River hires Hall as boys basketball coach After leading the Annapolis junior varsity boys basketball team to an unbeaten season and a county championship last year, Darren Hall has been hired to coach the South River varsity. baltimoresun.com, "Digest (June 29): McDonogh, UMBC alumnus Kansaye joining Loyola Maryland men's soccer coaching staff," 29 June 2018 Beer, a senior left-hander headed to UC Santa Barbara, always was going to be the pitcher No. 1-ranked Arcadia needed to fear most in its bid for an unbeaten regular season. Eric Sondheimer, latimes.com, "Arcadia Apaches’ perfect season broken up by the Crescenta Valley Falcons," 9 May 2018 But if Central Florida can call itself national champions after the lone unbeaten season in college football, then Beilein and Michigan can claim the 2013 title. Nancy Armour, USA TODAY, "Final Four: John Beilein chases his first* title ... or will it be his second?," 1 Apr. 2018 The win extends Houston’s home unbeaten streak to eight straight across all competitions. Glynn A. Hill, Houston Chronicle, "Dynamo roll to shutout of Minnesota United," 8 July 2018

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First Known Use of unbeaten

13th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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unbeaten

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unbeaten

: not defeated : not beaten

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