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Not defeated or surpassed:‘they were the only side to remain unbeaten’
undefeated, unconquered, unbowed, unvanquished, unsubdued, unsurpassed, unequalled, unrivalled, unbrokentriumphant, victorious, supreme, matchless, second to noneView synonyms
- ‘Cobh came here with an unbeaten record and a reputation well deserved, and they looked the part as they tore into the game in the early stages.’
- ‘In the Under 14's, they continue their unbeaten record by defeating Everygreen.’
- ‘Dave Taylor struggled in his game but eventually won on the pink and finally Brian Shipley retained his unbeaten record in bizarre fashion.’
- ‘The win, City's fourth from five home games this season, stretched the Minstermen's unbeaten home record to ten games.’
- ‘The home team has been remarkably consistent in the league under Pat Holmes and their unbeaten record goes back to two seasons.’
- ‘The boys who have an unbeaten record since the beginning of the season deserve great credit for their hard work and dedication.’
- ‘The long unbeaten record is history now, but a great degree of praise should go to Crystal Palace on the night for their courage in extremis.’
- ‘Kill maintained their unbeaten home record with an emphatic victory over a gallant Ballyteague.’
- ‘It's Wexford v. Kilkenny on the line and both managers are endeavouring to maintain an unbeaten record.’
- ‘When Kelly left the ring he put aside his celebrations to demand a re-match against Keith Knox, the man who snatched his unbeaten record.’
- ‘In the Ladies Evening League division two, Bishopthorpe nearly lost their unbeaten record being held to a draw at home to Rowntree Park.’
- ‘St. Pat's maintained their unbeaten record despite an under par performance in Rathvilly on Saturday.’
- ‘The 10-11 favourite maintained his unbeaten record over fences as he beat Scots Grey by six lengths.’
- ‘At Selby, Pat Napier continued her unbeaten record in the competition - she has not lost for over two years - but only just.’
- ‘The intermediate league winners maintained their unbeaten record and had a most convincing win over Eire Og on Sunday last.’
- ‘Kilbride came within a whisker of stripping Hollywood of their unbeaten record in Div.4 at Hollywood.’
- ‘Brodlieians continued to attack but Pocklington dug deep to hold out and preserve their unbeaten record.’
- ‘Lancaster maintained their grip at the top of the National Water Polo League with another three wins to keep their unbeaten record intact.’
- ‘Against all the odds an unbeaten home record had been preserved, while in turn Cork City had held on to their unbeaten away record.’
- ‘The Liverpool midfielder, on loan at Hull for the season, struck twice as Coventry lost their unbeaten record at the Ricoh Arena.’
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