unbeaten

[uhn-beet-n]
adjective
1.
not struck, pounded, or whipped: unbeaten eggs.
2.
not defeated or never defeated.
3.
untrodden: unbeaten paths.

Origin:
1225–75; Middle English unbeten; see un-1, beaten

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unbeaten (ʌnˈbiːtən)
 
adj
1.  having suffered no defeat
2.  not worn down; untrodden
3.  not mixed or stirred by beating: unbeaten eggs
4.  not beaten or struck

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unbeaten
c.1275, "not beaten or struck," from un- (1) + pp. of beat. In the sense of "undefeated" it is first recorded 1757.
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Example sentences
When lukewarm add yeast cake, eggs unbeaten, and flour to make a soft dough.
Heat omelet pan, put in two tablespoons butter, and when melted turn in four
  unbeaten eggs.
Remove from fire and add eggs unbeaten, one at a time, beating mixture
  thoroughly between addition of eggs.
Two unbeaten teams faced in two weeks, two unbeaten teams defeated.
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