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
In a game with very few positives, Friedel remarked on New England’s defensive success and extending the team’s unbeaten run to seven games.
Beathard worked as Miami’s director of player personnel during the NFL’s only unbeaten season in 1972.
Portland's six-game winning streak came to an end with the draw, but the Timbers still remain unbeaten in seven games.
His performances have helped his side remain unbeaten in La Liga thus far, with Ernesto Valverde's men facing games against Levante and Real Sociedad in their bid to become Spain's first ever 'Invincibles'.
Denmark, meanwhile, gets an extra day of rest, a shorter trip and then a game against unbeaten Croatia in Nizhny Novgorod on Sunday.
The response from the players was one of indignation and outrage, with Lopetegui having earned the trust and support of his squad over the course of his two unbeaten years as head coach.
In his 20 games as coach, Spain had gone undefeated, with 14 wins and six draws, the second-longest unbeaten start for any manager of the national team.
Forest Hills Northern will be plenty ready and inspired, but superior skill usually prevails and that will be the case again with Marian finishing off a second straight unbeaten season.
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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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