• WordNet 3.6
    • adj beatable susceptible to being defeated
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • beatable Capable of being beaten.
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In literature:

And if you want to win, you must always make sure that the adverse conditions are beatable.
"Tell England" by Ernest Raymond
In truth, he was a most beatable brat.
"Stage-coach and Tavern Days" by Alice Morse Earle

In news:

Falcons were beatable , but Garrett's offense fails again.
Breakers beatable or nearing their best.
The Bengals are beatable , but could be trouble.
Nic Batum calls USA basketball beatable .
In fact, they've looked beatable.
Romney's summer doldrums have him stuck behind the comprehensively beatable Obama.
'Beatable' Woods able to beat first-round opponent.
Match Play opponent calls him 'beatable.
According to the American Cancer Society, it is preventable , treatable and beatable.
The daily specials at this bar make Pub Webb un-beatable.
If the Seahawks fail to reach the postseason, they will be look back on Sunday's loss to the eminently beatable Lions in Detroit as one of the principal reasons.