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appoggiatura in music, a short ornamental note occurring on the beat which resolves to the consonant. [1/2 definitions]
backbeat a primary accent on the second and fourth beats of a four-beat measure, common in popular music; secondary beat.
baste3 to beat or thrash with a stick; cudgel. [1/2 definitions]
bastinado to strike or beat with a stick, esp. on the soles of the feet or buttocks; thrash. [1/4 definitions]
batter1 to beat hard and repeatedly, or to damage by so beating. [1/3 definitions]
beat of or pertaining to the Beat Generation of the 1950s, or its adherents. [1/15 definitions]
beatable combined form of beat.
beatless combined form of beat.
beatnik a person who belonged to the Beat Generation of the 1950s. [1/2 definitions]
beat the tar out of (informal) to beat or whip severely. [1/2 definitions]
blackjack to hit or beat with a blackjack. [1/6 definitions]
bludgeon to beat with a bludgeon or other clublike weapon. [1/3 definitions]
bullwhip to beat with a bullwhip. [1/2 definitions]
cadence the beat or count of such a pattern, as in marching. [1/3 definitions]
cane to strike or beat, as with a walking cane. [1/7 definitions]
cha-cha a modern ballroom dance that originated in Latin America, characterized by its triple beat. [1/2 definitions]
churn to beat or agitate in a churn to make butter. [1/6 definitions]
clobber (informal) to strike hard; beat severely. [1/2 definitions]
cream to beat to the consistency of cream. [1/14 definitions]
cudgel to hit or beat with a cudgel. [1/2 definitions]
defeat to win a victory over; beat in a game, battle, or the like. [1/4 definitions]