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[bˈiːt], [bˈiːt], [b_ˈiː_t]

Synonyms for Beat:

arena (noun)

Colosseum, amphitheater, area, arena, auditorium, bailiwick, battle-ground, battlefield, campus, circle, circuit, circus, courtyard, domain, dominion, enclosure, field, gallery, ground, gymnasium, hall, hippodrome, locale, pen, precinct, province, realm, region, ring, room, setting, stage, theater, turf.

oscillation (noun)

alternation, fluctuation, harmonic motion, libration, oscillation, palpitation, pulsation, resonance, rhythm, tremor, undulation, vacillation, vibration, wave.

region (noun)

Shire, borough, canton, city, colony, commonweal, country, county, district, division, duchy, dukedom, earldom, empire, kingdom, locality, lot, municipality, nation, neighborhood, parcel, place, plot, quarter, riding, sector, state, territory, town, tract, zone.

rumble (noun)

buzz, chant, chatter, clatter, drone, drum, grumble, hum, racket, rattle, reverberation, roll, rumble, thrum, thunder.

defeat (verb)

capture, checkmate, conquer, crush, defeat, foil, humble, master, outdo, outplay, overcome, overpower, overthrow, overturn, predominate, quell, rout, subdue, subject, surmount, triumph, trounce, trump, vanquish, whip, win.

defeated (verb)

beaten, captured, checkmated, conquered, crushed, defeated, foiled, humbled, mastered, outdid, outdone, outplayed, overcame, overpowered, overthrew, overthrown, overturned, predominated, quelled, routed, subdued, subjected, surmounted, triumphed, trounced, trumped, vanquished, whipped, won.

excel (verb)

best, cap, eclipse, exceed, excel, outclass, outperform, outstrip, overshadow, surpass, transcend.

excelled (verb)

bested, capped, eclipsed, exceeded, excelled, outclassed, outperformed, outstripped, overshadowed, surpassed, transcended.

oscillate (verb)

alternate, bob, fluctuate, librate, oscillate, pulsate, pulse, radiate, rock, seesaw, stagger, sway, teeter-totter, throb, tick, totter, tremble, undulate, vacillate, vibrate, wag, wobble.

oscillated (verb)

alternated, bobbed, fluctuated, oscillated, pulsated, pulsed, radiated, rocked, seesawed, staggered, swayed, teeter-tottered, throbbed, ticked, tottered, trembled, undulated, vacillated, vibrated, wagged, wobbled.

rumble (verb)


rumbled (verb)

buzzed, chanted, chattered, clattered, droned, drummed, grumbled, hummed, rattled, reverberated, rolled, rumbled, thrummed, thundered.

Other synonyms and related words:

Bohemian, accent, accentuation, aerate, all in, ambit, bang, baste, batter, beat all hollow, beat hollow, beat the drum, beat to windward, beat-up, beaten path, beating, belabor, bout, brick, broke, bruise, bucket, buffet, bush, bushed, busted, chisel, churn, cob, cog, con, corker, course, cozen, crackajack, cycle, daisy, dandy, darb, dazzler, defraud, din, ding, do in, dream, drub, emphasis, exhausted, fatigued, finagle, flagellate, flail, flap, flat, flat broke, fleece, flip, flog, floor, flop, frail, get, give a beating, give a thrashing, give a whipping, go one better, go pitapat, gouge, gravel, gyp, hammer, have it all over, honey, humdinger, hummer, ictus, itinerary, jim-dandy, knock, knockout, lambaste, lap, larrup, lash, lay on, lick, licked, line, lollapaloosa, loop, luff, lulu, march, maul, metrical accent, mill, mulct, nifty, nonplus, oner, oofless, orbit, original, palpitate, pant, patter, peach, pelt, pippin, pitter-patter, pluck, ply, pommel, pound, practice fraud upon, pummel, put to it, ramp, rap, revolution, rook, rotation, round, route, routine, run, scoop, scourge, series, sharp, shave, skin, smite, spank, stick, sting, stone-broke, stony, strapped, stress, strike, stump, sweetheart, swindle, swinge, tack, the cheese, thrash, thresh, throw, thump, tired, tour, track, trajectory, trapan, tree, trepan, turn, walk, wallop, whale, whisk, whop, winner, wipe.

Rhymes for Beat:

  1. meat, suite, bleat, feet, crete, cheat, eat, seat, wheat, skeet, feat, neat, peat, pleat, mete, fleet, tweet, cleat, treat, skeat, heat, beet, sweet, sheet, meet, teat, street, greet;
  2. effete, discreet, receipt, offbeat, retreat, compete, mistreat, excrete, deplete, complete, replete, deceit, conceit, repeat, elite, defeat, concrete, downbeat, secrete, discrete, petite, delete, unseat;
  3. indiscreet, uncomplete, marguerite, incomplete;

Quotes for Beat:

  1. I'm off to race around the world- a race against time and two men. I know I can beat time. I hope I can beat the men. Dorothy Kilgallen.
  2. I coached against Dave the last couple of years, and I was very proud to be the first time a father ever coached against his son. He beat me for 30 minutes the first time and 59 and a half minutes the second time. Don Shula.
  3. My favorite Knicks moment was when we beat Indiana in Game 7 to reach the NBA Finals. We worked so hard as a team to reach that moment that it was very satisfying to beat Indiana and reach the Finals. John Starks.

Idioms of Beat:

  1. beat the tar out of;
  2. beat up on;
  3. beat it!;