Some articles on defeated:
... Moseley Braun (D), the first African American woman elected to the Senate, was narrowly defeated by conservative state Senator Peter Fitzgerald ... Jim Bunning (R) of the 4th district narrowly defeated Representative Scotty Baesler (D) of the 6th district for the seat left open by retiring Senator Wendell H ... Ohio Governor George Voinovich (R) defeated former Cuyahoga County Commissioner Mary Boyle (D) for the seat of retiring Senator John Glenn (D) ...
... Pura Cup Tasmanian Tigers defeated New South Wales Blues in Final ... Ford Ranger One Day Cup Queensland defeated Victoria in Final ... KFC Twenty20 Big Bash Victorian Bushrangers defeated Tasmanian Tigers in Final ...
2003 (featherweight) Defeated Yosbel Melgarejo RSCO 2 Defeated Yudenis Gonzalez 35-31 Defeated Sander Rodriguez 21-7 Lost to Yosvani Aguilera 5-17 (2nd place) 2004 (featherweight ...
... was unsuccessful in defending his 2004 title, being defeated in the semi-finals by eventual champion Marat Safin in a rematch of the 2004 final ... Safin defeated third-seed Lleyton Hewitt in the final in four sets ... Serena Williams, the champion in 2003, defeated Lindsay Davenport in the women's final ...
8th 43,412 None 1964 † Baltimore Billy DeMars 81–43.653 1st 45,557 Defeated Clinton 1–0 1965 Baltimore Billy DeMars 55–63.466 7th 43,412 None 1966 † Chicago (AL) Stan Wasiak 77–47.621 2nd 57,496. 87–50.635 1st 68,751 Defeated Waterloo 2–1 Defeated Springfield 3–1 1984 † Chicago (AL) Sal Rende 87–49.640 1st 54,281 Defeated Madison 2–1 Defeated Springfield 3–2 1985 ...
More definitions of "defeated":
- (adj): Disappointingly unsuccessful.
Synonyms: disappointed, discomfited, foiled, frustrated, thwarted
- (noun): People who are defeated.
Example: "The Romans had no pity for the defeated"
Famous quotes containing the word defeated:
“If I am defeated for the next nomination, I think it will be by [Charles Evans] Hughes. And I dont think he will allow his name to be used unless he really feels that I have no chance to win. I do not think Theodore Roosevelt will allow his name to come before the convention.”
—William Howard Taft (18571930)
“He who succeeds is a king; he who is defeated is a bandit.”
“With a defeated joy,
With an auspicious, and a dropping eye,
With mirth in funeral, and with dirge in marriage,
In equal scale weighing delight and dole.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)