|can be defeated, can be overcome, surpassable||beatable|
|(Slang) loud noise; swindle; trap; ambush; competition or game organized with an opponent who can be defeated without effort, arrangement, organization; scheme; camera position ready for a specific shot, assemble; arrrange; establish; operate; cause so...||set tub|
|ability to overcome resistance, collar, necklace; twisting force (Physics), metal collar or armband, rotating force, turn something up||torque|
|able to be overcome||superable|
|about to be ruined, exhausted, finished, incapable of continuing, injured, defeated, dying, near death||done for|
|act of struggling; effort, exertion; conflict, strife, endeavor, strive, try hard; fight, contend; advance with great effort, fight by wrestling, great effort to overcome difficulties, hard task, make a great physical effort, move with difficulty, try ...||struggle|
|act of winning or overcoming; overthrow; instance of being defeated, loss; failure, annulment, baffle somebody, beat a competitor, beat an enemy, cause failure, losing to an opponent, make something void, overcome, beat; frustrate, win a vote||defeat|
|Arthur Wellesley (1769-1852), First Duke of Wellington, British general who defeated Napoleon at Waterloo, prime minister of England (1828-1830)||Wellesley|
|authoritative and harshly imposed settlement with a defeated party; dogmatic decree, dictatorial statement, harsh imposed settlement||diktat|
|bad (Superlative of), badly (Superlative of), defeat somebody, ill, in the most awful manner, in the most grave manner, least good, least good thing, least well, lest desirable situation; least desirable thing, soundly defeat, overcome, get the better of||worst|
|barrier which must be jumped by a horse or runner; obstacle; difficulty, clear racing barrier, difficulty or obstacle, fence used in horse race, frame for runner to jump, jump over a barrier; surmount an obstacle, overcome a difficulty, race over barri...||hurdle|
|be current, be the normal thing, be unbeaten and in control, win through, succeed; overcome, surpass, prove superior; predominate, rule, reign||prevail|
|be defeated, fail; go bankrupt||go to the wall|
|be more important than, fall; cause to fall; lose balance; overcome by weight, preponderance||overbalance|
|be or make somebody extremely afraid, be overcome with extreme fright, be stricken with panic, be alarmed, funny person or thing, involving or resulting from panic, overpowering fear or anxiety, panic grass||panic|
|be placed on top of something, get to top of something, overcome difficulty, conquer, triumph over; climb to the top of; be on top of, put something on top of something||surmount|
|be unable to control something, be unable to find way, cease having ability or sense, cease having quality, confuse somebody, experience reduction in something, fail to keep possession of; mislay, misplace; be deprived of; be defeated, fail; be bereave...||lose|
|beat, hammered (of metal); worn bare by frequent traffic, regularly used (as of a path); defeated, routed||beaten|
|beaten into a froth (as of eggs, cream, etc.); lashed with a whip; defeated||whipped|
|being overly sentimental, being extremely overcome with feeling||overemotionality|
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