beaten-up beaten-up


  • (adj) damaged by blows or hard usage



  1. One question that's not answeredand probably not answerableby either the video or the scientists is how well the beaten-up baby fared after the cameras stopped rolling.
  2. So I had a beaten-up Porsche shell delivered to his porch for his 50th birthday.


  • Denny's: One Solid Comeback

    NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Identifying troubled companies that are no longer taken seriously by Wall Street, and yet are quietly putting their houses in order, can be very rewarding. The rewards go beyond monetary; there is a certain sense of accomplishment that comes along with seeing promise in beaten-up names (promise that few other investors see), then experiencing the stock's rebirth. There ...
    on July 23, 2013     Source:

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