Defeated [adjective]

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During the first debate, the president waffled on whether he would concede defeat, falling back on his go-to line about the fraudulent — and unfounded — dangers of mail voting.

If you’ve forgotten the details, Volkswagen admitted in September 2015 that it had installed “defeat devices” in millions of its diesel-powered cars.

“Progressive may win Newt Gingrich’s seat, handing Trumpism a major defeat,” was the headline on the article by Larry Rubin, a contributor to People’s World.

Yet, as the votes were counted and Macron was declared the winner, Le Pen conceded defeat, allowing for a peaceful transition.

The closed-door negotiations between Pelosi and Mnuchin stood in contrast to public finger-pointing by both sides Thursday that appeared almost to forecast defeat and preemptively assign blame.

Indeed, copyright ownership is the key factor in Genius’ defeat.

Napoleonic France, after its defeat at Waterloo, paid reparations to Austria, Russia, Britain, and Prussia.

It was under his auspices that the battle of Lepanto was fought, in which the Turks were so signally defeated.

He was at length defeated in battle, when 7,000 of his followers were slain and himself captured.

Take counsel together, and it shall be defeated: speak a word, and it shall not be done: because God is with us.