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Synonyms for beatable

susceptible to being defeated

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She said that everyone was beatable at some point and she knew that she was, adding that everyone is a threat and she does not feel she is above anyone but it is just that she is playing and doing the best she can.
They are beatable but any team in the Premier League is beatable.
After losing to Woods by one shot in the Wachovia Championship, Sabbatini proclaimed Woods beatable.
England will face their biggest test since being crowned world champions next Saturday - but captain Martin Corry insists the All Blacks are beatable.
Hussein also claims he is the "most beatable opponent" he could face going into Saturday night's Braehead Arena crunch and has promised to go all out against the home hero.
If he loses the initiative battle, they will see him as a beatable governor going into next year's reelection campaign.
He said: 'City are beatable but they have good players so we will need to give that little bit extra.
Rawlinson, the Commonwealth gold medallist, retained his AAA title a week ago and is determined to show that reigning champion Felix Sanchez is beatable at the World Championships in Paris in under three weeks.
England proved that Germany are beatable and Mick McCarthy will be pleased with that - it's not much of a problem.
Colon cancer, if detected early, is one of the most preventable, treatable, and beatable cancers, but people need to take action.
Those below them simply failed to realise how beatable they were.
We've got two huge games against Real Madrid to look forward to, plus two other sides in the group who are very beatable.
Webber told UK magazine Autosport that Vettel is beatable, even with four wins from five races in 2011, and added that he has identified the weaknesses in the German wunderkind.
BLUES have not been given much of a chance in the Carling Cup final but the one-time unbeatables are beatable, says Seb Larsson.
Certainly Raymondo - as he'd be known had he been born in Sao Paolo rather than Scotland - proved that the Italians are beatable.