Word "BEAT" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a regular route for a sentry or policeman
Synonyms:
round
Examples:
in the old days a policeman walked a beat and knew all his people by name

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
come out better in a competition, race, or conflict
Synonyms:
beat out, crush, shell, trounce, vanquish
Examples:
Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship
We beat the competition

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
make a rhythmic sound
Synonyms:
drum, thrum
Examples:
The drums beat all night

Crossword Clues for BEAT

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Clue Source Date
Trounce Thomas Joseph 19 Aug 2022
Exhausted Wall Street Journal 26 Jul 2022
Exhausted LA Times Daily 27 May 2022
Really tired Premier Sunday 22 May 2022
Struck a cool cat on the road and made him howl. Irish Times Crosaire 13 May 2022
Tempo Eugene Sheffer 16 Apr 2022
Top course for bobby The Guardian Cryptic 30 Mar 2022
Verb in egg recipes USA Today 07 Mar 2022
Ecstasy in club for pound The Times Cryptic 18 Feb 2022
Vanquished LA Times Daily 11 Feb 2022
Vanquished The Washington Post 11 Feb 2022
Overcome (a problem) The Times Concise 10 Feb 2022
Needing a nap Newsday 03 Feb 2022
Thrash Wall Street Journal 15 Jan 2022
Thing a drummer keeps Family Time 13 Dec 2021
Edge out USA Today 11 Dec 2021
Behave excessively, administering thrashing initially The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Nov 2021
Hit repeatedly Irish Times Simplex 23 Nov 2021
Drum emanation USA Today 27 Oct 2021
Tuckered out Newsday 24 Oct 2021
Rap producer's creation USA Today 20 Oct 2021
Done in LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2021
Done in The Washington Post 14 Oct 2021
Outplay Newsday 19 Sep 2021
Pulsate Thomas Joseph 25 Aug 2021
Get off Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2021
Exhausted The Washington Post 01 Aug 2021
Exhausted LA Times Daily 01 Aug 2021
Stall out of table salt for batter Irish Times Crosaire 02 Jul 2021
Pulsate; flog The Telegraph Quick 27 Jun 2021
Rhythm The Sun Two Speed 25 Apr 2021
Best black tea brewed The Sun Two Speed 25 Apr 2021
Defeats both sides? Been there, done that! Irish Times Crosaire 21 Apr 2021
Kind of poet New York Times 03 Apr 2021
Exhausted Eugene Sheffer 31 Mar 2021
Do better than another in competition Irish Times Simplex 18 Mar 2021
Tempo Eugene Sheffer 11 Mar 2021
'You Can't Stop the ___' ('Hairspray' finale) USA Today 03 Mar 2021
Rhythmic pulse The Washington Post Sunday 21 Feb 2021
Best British tea brewed The Sun Two Speed 19 Feb 2021
Completely exhausted Wall Street Journal 30 Jan 2021
Length of a quarter note in 4/4 time USA Today 03 Dec 2020
Hit from someone at the crease full of energy The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Dec 2020
Rhythm The Telegraph Quick 11 Nov 2020
Bobby's route to Knock Irish Times Crosaire 17 Oct 2020
"The ___ With Ari Melber" Universal 14 Aug 2020
Pulsate Thomas Joseph 28 Jul 2020
'Turn the ___ Around' (Vicki Sue Robinson song) USA Today 25 Jul 2020
American exhausted in defeat The Sun Two Speed 21 Jul 2020
Trounce Thomas Joseph 29 Jun 2020
Drummer's assignment Universal 24 Jun 2020
Outplay LA Times Daily 16 Jun 2020
Outplay The Washington Post 16 Jun 2020
In need of a nap USA Today 12 Mar 2020
Defeated USA Today 19 Feb 2020
A metronome keeps it The Washington Post Sunday 02 Feb 2020
Mix, as eggs
Mix, as eggs New York Times 21 Nov 2019
Black tea possibly best The Sun Two Speed 15 Nov 2019
A drummer keeps it Universal 23 Oct 2019
Utterly exhausted Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2019
Get the better of in competition Irish Times Simplex 06 Sep 2019
Really tired USA Today 30 Aug 2019
Totally drained USA Today 16 Aug 2019
Ready to collapse USA Today 02 Aug 2019
Prevailed over Newsday 21 Jul 2019
Ready to drop Wall Street Journal 01 Jul 2019
Describe a transgression concealed by Pulse Irish Times Crosaire 20 May 2019
Needing a nap USA Today 25 Apr 2019
Rhythm The Washington Post 08 Apr 2019
Journalist's focus Universal 08 Apr 2019
Rhythm LA Times Daily 08 Apr 2019
Outplay Newsday 17 Mar 2019
Police officer's allocated area to be patrolled Irish Times Simplex 15 Mar 2019
Trounce or thrash The Sun Two Speed 17 Feb 2019
Rhythm and echo in club The Sun Two Speed 17 Feb 2019
Surpass (a score) The Times Concise 07 Jan 2019
What a rap producer provides The New Yorker 07 Jan 2019
Ready to collapse
Journalist's focus
Rhythm
Needing a nap
Utterly exhausted
Totally drained
Really tired
Ready to drop
A drummer keeps it
Black tea brewed is best The Sun Two Speed 24 Nov 2018
Finished ahead of Newsday 19 Nov 2018
Describe a transgression buried in Pulse Irish Times Crosaire 14 Nov 2018
Really tired Premier Sunday 04 Nov 2018
Needing a nap Newsday 07 Oct 2018
Attend bash The Telegraph Cryptic 05 Oct 2018
Top LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2018
Top The Washington Post 29 Sep 2018
Top The Washington Post Sunday 09 Sep 2018
Extremely tired The Washington Post 27 Aug 2018
Extremely tired LA Times Daily 27 Aug 2018
Batter vegetable according to the radio The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Aug 2018
Describe a technology in part for the policeman to work Irish Times Crosaire 11 Aug 2018
Exhausted in defeat The Sun Two Speed 03 Aug 2018
Tuckered out Wall Street Journal 28 Jul 2018
Cop's rounds USA Today 20 Jul 2018
Defeat The Telegraph Quick 29 Jun 2018
Trounced, perhaps Newsday 15 Jun 2018
Needing a nap LA Times Daily 27 May 2018
Needing a nap The Washington Post 27 May 2018
Thoroughly exhausted Wall Street Journal 09 May 2018
Subdued Newsday 28 Apr 2018
Defeated Family Time 22 Apr 2018
Pulsate Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2018
Vanquish LA Times Daily 08 Apr 2018
Vanquish The Washington Post 08 Apr 2018
Exhausted New York Times 08 Apr 2018
Dog-tired The Washington Post 20 Mar 2018
Dog-tired LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2018
Ready to hit the hay USA Today 14 Jan 2018
Pulsate
Score more points than
Cop's rounds
Ready to hit the hay
Thoroughly exhausted
Tuckered out
Exhausted
Extremely tired
Needing a nap
Top
Vanquish
Drubbed or whipped The Washington Post 27 Nov 2017
Drubbed or whipped LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2017
Master provides cane The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Nov 2017
Patrolling route The Chronicle of Higher Education 03 Nov 2017
Describe a technology in part to surpass Irish Times Crosaire 30 Sep 2017
All in LA Times Daily 22 Sep 2017
All in The Washington Post 22 Sep 2017
Drummer's responsibility Universal 21 Sep 2017
Trounce Premier Sunday 17 Sep 2017
Defeated Newsday 06 Sep 2017
Pound where copper usually goes? The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Sep 2017
Plumb tuckered out USA Today 02 Sep 2017
Pound of smack? Irish Times Crosaire 31 Jul 2017
Defeat Premier Sunday 09 Jul 2017
Round pound The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Jun 2017
Patrol found on the borders of 17-, 34-, 43- and 64-Across USA Today 07 Jun 2017
Really wiped out LA Times Daily 23 May 2017
Really wiped out The Washington Post 23 May 2017
Come out better than in a competition Irish Times Simplex 05 May 2017
Tuckered out The Washington Post 02 May 2017
Tuckered out LA Times Daily 02 May 2017
Tired defeat The Telegraph Toughie 27 Apr 2017
Concealed to circumscribe a threatening strike Irish Times Crosaire 08 Apr 2017
Pulse Premier Sunday 26 Mar 2017
Overpower LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2017
Drummer's forte Universal 17 Jan 2017
Defeat Universal 06 Jan 2017
Tuckered out
Drummer's responsibility
Really wiped out
Drubbed or whipped
All in
Patrolling route
Defeat
Drummer's forte
Plumb tuckered out
Patrol found on the borders of 17-, 34-, 43- and 64-Across
A drummer keeps it USA Today 30 Dec 2016
Type of lick the musicians create Irish Times Crosaire 09 Dec 2016
Policeman's round The Telegraph Quick 06 Dec 2016
Musical tempo Newsday 24 Oct 2016
Attend club The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Aug 2016
Wiped out Newsday 19 Aug 2016
Tired officer's area to patrol The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Jul 2016
Defeated Universal 22 Jul 2016
Shellac, say Wall Street Journal 25 Jun 2016
'Old age and treachery will always ___ youth and exuberance' (David Mamet) The Washington Post 13 Jun 2016
Lick The Washington Post 06 Jun 2016
A drummer keeps it Family Time 29 May 2016
Time in Knock? Irish Times Crosaire 28 May 2016
Dead on one's feet USA Today 26 May 2016
Dog-tired USA Today 18 May 2016
Really tired Universal 16 May 2016
Defeat in a match Newsday 11 Apr 2016
Defeat Newsday 28 Mar 2016
Tuckered out Newsday 20 Mar 2016
Belt for the trimmings of bespoke overcoat Irish Times Crosaire 12 Mar 2016
Drummers keep it USA Today 03 Feb 2016
Trounce New York Times 01 Feb 2016
Heart rhythm Eugene Sheffer 28 Jan 2016
Wager about a pound The Sun Two Speed 25 Jan 2016
Drummer's rhythm The Sun Two Speed 25 Jan 2016
Patrolman's assignment The Washington Post 13 Jan 2016
Exhausted Newsday 03 Jan 2016
A drummer keeps it
Trounce
Drummers keep it
Dog-tired
Dead on one's feet
Defeated
With 32-Down, 1950s counterculture figures New York Times 30 Dec 2015
Tired for the trimmings of bespoke overcoat Irish Times Crosaire 29 Dec 2015
Drummers keep it Universal 25 Dec 2015
Brutal person won't want son round The Telegraph Toughie 22 Dec 2015
Dancing stimulus USA Today 17 Dec 2015
Keep a rhythm Wall Street Journal 07 Dec 2015
Exhausted LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2015
Police officer's regular route USA Today 15 Nov 2015
Police officer's patrol Universal 14 Nov 2015
*Musical starting point LA Times Daily 18 Sep 2015
Pulsate Eugene Sheffer 17 Sep 2015
Recipe verb Wall Street Journal 31 Jul 2015
Take part in strike The Telegraph Toughie 16 Jul 2015
Without a break, attend strike The Telegraph Cryptic 24 May 2015
Baffle — all in The Guardian Quick 11 Apr 2015
Conquer The Telegraph Quick 29 Mar 2015
Dead on one's feet Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2015
Drummer's pride Universal 24 Feb 2015
Tuckered out
Flatfoot's rounds
Trounce
Thump or trump
*Musical starting point
Exhausted
Defeat
With 32-Down, 1950s counterculture figures
Drummer's pride
Drummers keep it
Police officer's patrol
Dancing stimulus
Police officer's regular route
Dead on one's feet
Keep a rhythm
Recipe verb
Drummer's output
Shellac
Cop's patrol
Dog-tired
Outscore
Cop's route
Knocked out
Cop's territory
Police officer's patrol
Defeat
Maestro's meter
Musical tempo
Conductor's concern
Edged out
Edged out
Wiped out
All tuckered out
Get the better of
Wiped out
Patrolman's rounds
Apt rhyme for "defeat"
"And the ___ goes on"
Flatfoot's course
Rhythm
Drummer's duty
Really tired
Wiped out
Drummer's job
The English ___
Bushed
Exhausted
Really tired
Exhausted
About ready to drop
Rhythm
Drummer's assignment
Altogether tuckered
Exhausted
About ready to drop
Exhausted
Stir vigorously
Utterly exhausted
Patrolman's route
Cop's route
Cop's route
Ready to hit the hay
Defeat in a match
Pooped
Wiped out
Stir vigorously
Bushed
Totally tuckered
Bushed
Cop's path
Cop's milieu
Surpass
Defeated
Tuckered out
Thumped or trumped
Apt rhyme for "defeat"
Tuckered out
Lick
Edged out
Lick
Tanned
Wiped out
Pulsate
Cop's route
Cop's charge
"We Got the ___" (Go-Go's hit)
"The ___ Goes On"
All in
Exhausted
Worn out
Drummer's assignment
Ready to turn in
Recipe direction
Switch
All in
Rhythm
Ready for the sack
Score more than
'50s generation
Ready for the sack
Cop's assignment
Shot
Vanquished
Cop's route
Officer's route
Rhythm
Cadence
Ready to crash
Come out ahead
Reporter's assignment
Cadence
Tuckered out
Out of gas
Jack Kerouac or Allen Ginsberg
Cop's path
Plumb tuckered out
Newshawk's territory
Kerouac's generation
Overcome
Policeman's route
Conquer
Rhythm
Defeat
Play, as a drum
Pulsation
Rhythmic pulse
Pooped
Ready to crash
All in
Outscore
Exhausted
Take a switch to
Worn out
It's kept by a conductor
Drummer's assignment
Thump
"We Got the ___" (Go-Go's hit of 1982)
Tuckered out
It's kept by a conductor
Pooped
Exhausted
Moment
Worn out
Kerouac's generation
Cadence
Pooped out
Drum
See 80-Down
Tired
Drum
Outscore
Dog tired
All in
Generation of the '60s
Ready for the sack
Regular drumming
Worn out
Ready to hit the hay
Pulsate
Outscore
Dancing stimulus
Outscore
Police route
Lick
Play, as drums
Flatfoot's circuit
Metronome's output
Drum contribution
Dance to it
Cop's rounds
Rhythm
Pooped
Best
Vanquished
Cop's rounds
Defeat
Out of gas
Best
Cop's patrol
Hit
Out of gas
Bested
Cop's patrol
Weary
Reporter's bailiwick
Apt rhyme for defeat
Police officer's regular route
Mix batter
Flap
Kerouac's "Generation"
Kerouac's generation
Tempo
About ready to drop
Kerouac or Burroughs
Overcome
Defeated
Dog-tired
Tuckered out
Ready to hit the hay
Stir vigorously, as eggs
Patrol officer's rounds
"___ It" (Michael Jackson song)
Wield a whisk
What a trap set keeps
Whupped
Ginsberg's style
Conquer
All in
Rhythmic pulse
Score more than
'50s poets
Newswriter's specialty
Kerouac, e.g.
Memorable generation
Kerouac's generation
Score higher than
Defeat
Cop's milieu
Generation of the '50s
Policeman's patrol
Apt rhyme for defeat
Outscored
Exhausted
Rock and roll prerequisite
Kerouac, for one
Vanquish
Vanquished
Cop's milieu
Lick
Cop's route
Newspaper scoop
Cadence
The conductor keeps it
Tempo
Recipe instruction
Finish ahead of
____ Generation (Kerouac et al.)
Clean rugs
Worn out
Cudgel
"___ the Devil," Bogart film
Pulsation
Tempo
Surpass
Horsewhip
Thrash
Musical pulse
Licked
Policeman's assigned route
Assigned route
Defeat
Baffled
Habitual path
Patrolman's route
Prepare eggs in a way
Belabor
___ Generation
Cop's domain
"___ the Clock"
Throb
Thrash or thresh
Pulse
Tired out
Whip
Habitual route
Heart action
Pulsate
Policeman's turf
Thresh
Post–W.W. II generation
Mix rapidly
Police rounds
Cadence
Pulsation.
Throb.
Kind of generation.
Triumph over.
Win: Colloq.
Be the winner.
Vibrate.
Musical term.
Drum sound.
Modern generation.
Defeat.
Outdo.
Habitual route.
Rhythm.
Unit of musical rhythm.
Descriptive of present generation.
Pound.
Surpass.
___ generation.
Policeman's itinerary.
Musical rhythm.
Kerouac's ___ generation.
Patrolman's concern.
Recipe direction.
Habitual path.
Policeman's tour-of-duty.
Flap.
Scoop, in journalism.
Journalistic scoop.
Outgeneral.
A cop pounds it.
Mark time.
One's proper range of activities.
News scoop.
Drummer's responsibility
Stringer's field
Drummers provide it
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