Subsequently, the Israelis defeated the Arabs in a series of wars without ending the deep tensions between the two sides.
The second emperor of the Sung was actually heavily defeated several times by the Kitan.
Arghun died in 1291, and although his eldest son, Ghazan, ultimately took up his father's projects and even decisively defeated the Egyptian army in Syria (1299), his losses forced him to return to Persia.
This Tibetan empire ultimately defeated the "Earlier Yen dynasty" and annexed the realm of the Mu-jung.
He had lost his reputation as a strong man, having been defeated twice by a mere boy.
Although a referendum on independence from the UK was soundly defeated in 1995, the present government has reopened debate on the issue.
Antonyms: be defeated, come short, fail, fall short, lose, miss, miscarry.
The first two generals had considerable success, but Ko-shu Han, whose task was to prevent access to the western capital, was quickly defeated and taken prisoner.
Besides, it was supposed to be weak, so the host’s body would naturally defeat it, but not until after the amphetamine and dopamine precursor were delivered.
His washing was taken and delivered with considerable formality, and he went on toiling forgetfully, until at last he was miserably defeated by two votes.
He beat the Prussians at Ligny, but not; sufficiently; and then he was hopelessly defeated by the tenacity of the British under Wellington at Waterloo (1815), the Prussians, under Blucher, coming in on his right flank as the day wore on.
Being, by that time, rather tired of this kind of life, and having received new provocation from the butcher, I throw the flower away, go out with the butcher, and gloriously defeat him.
He'd eventually been defeated by Peacegiver, who had then ended the Manywar through diplomacy.
Essentially defeated in his quest for something he could not name, Willett returned to town before evening and told the senior Ward everything which had occurred.
The cavalry, however, held their position among the sandhills and easily defeated a feeble attempt to turn their right.
Either they will give us… a second edition of the events of July 16-18, or they will have to admit that with their plans and intentions, with their impertinent policy of wishing to separate themselves from everything consciously national, they have been definitely defeated….
They formed oppositions to the crown, they made leagues of resistance such was the Fronde, which was struggling against the young King Louis XIV and his great minister Mazarin, while Charles I was fighting for his life in England but ultimately (1652), after a civil war, they were conclusively defeated; and while in England after the establishment of the Hanoverians the House of Lords and their subservient Commons ruled the country, in France, on the contrary, after 1652, the court entirely dominated the aristocracy.
He has failed to do that; and the purpose of the experiment is defeated accordingly.