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defeat to win a victory over; beat in a game, battle, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
disco a style of popular dance music with a heavy, insistent beat, usu. played with electronically amplified instruments. [1/4 definitions]
Dixieland an early style of small-group jazz, characterized by a strict two-beat rhythm and by improvised ensemble and solo playing. [1/2 definitions]
down1 (informal) to conquer; beat. [1/21 definitions]
downbeat the first beat of a measure in a piece of music. [2/3 definitions]
drop a beat to miss a beat in music, or otherwise lose the rhythm or continuity of something; falter. [2 definitions]
drub to beat, as with a stick or club. [1/3 definitions]
fast-paced having a rapid beat or tempo. [1/3 definitions]
flail to beat, as with a flail, whip, the fists, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
flog to beat harshly with a whip or rod.
flutter to beat or pulsate swiftly or irregularly. [2/9 definitions]
gauntlet2 a form of punishment, formerly used esp. by the military, in which two rows of people beat someone who was forced to run between them. [1/3 definitions]
hammer a hand tool having a solid, heavy head set across a handle and used to pound, indent, or beat metal, nails, or the like into shape or place, or any similar device. [1/14 definitions]
heartthrob the beat of a heart. [1/3 definitions]
hummingbird any of numerous mostly tropical American birds that are usu. very small and have long slender bills, narrow wings that beat very rapidly, and bright-colored, iridescent plumage.
lambaste (informal) to beat or thrash soundly. [1/2 definitions]
lash1 to beat or beat against with, or as if with, a whip. [1/11 definitions]
lather (informal) to beat or whip. [1/7 definitions]
lick (informal) to beat or thrash in punishment. [1/11 definitions]
mazurka an energetic Polish dance similar to the polka, the music for which is written in triple meter with a strong accent on the second beat.
mean2 (informal) excellent; difficult to beat. [1/5 definitions]