Synonyms for Beat:

adj.

unorthodox (adjective)
unconventional.
very tired (adjective)
fatigued, weary.

n.

bass, chord, crotchet, C, D, double flat, DO. abo system, anticoagulant, aorta, artery, atheroma, atrium, bang, bleeding, hammer, knock, pummel, rap, whack, B, HIT. accomplish, achieve, attain, bash, baste, bat, belt, birch, bludgeon, box, bring off, buffet, cane, clobber, clout, club, come together, crown, cuff, drub, flagellate, flail, hide, lace, lay into, leather, lick, maltreat, manage, maul, paddle, paste, punch, punish, rough up, slap, slug, smack, sock, succeed, swat, tan, thwack, trim, wallop, whale, whop, pull off, be able to do something. agent provocateur, checkpoint, clampdown, clean up, clue, ripple, swing, APB, all-points bulletin, Amber alert. alight, brood, caw, cheep, chirp, coo, cry, mix, stir, whisk. befuddle, confuse, knock out. anvil, blacksmith, bullion, burnish, chase, cheat, crucible, ct, deceive, defraud, dupe. assail, assault, attack, cool, highly, monumental, thresh, to a fault, beyond/without compare, not/never in your (wildest) dreams, than someone/something put together, there's no comparison, there's nothing/no place like something, you ought to see/hear/meet etc.. preface, reward, go ahead, pinch-hit, make the first move, beat someone to the punch, be/stay one jump ahead (of someone), steal a march on someone. flop, outflank, overtake, repetition, rival, waggle, rise above. bleed, clot, count, haemorrhage, hemorrhage, jump, lurch, fur up. bake, blanch, blend, butcher, butchery, butter, carve, chill. bump, chink, clack, clangor, clash, clink, forge, clip-clop. assemble. ace, subjugate, prevail against. better, big, outmatch, outrun, outshine, pass, top. affect, confound, knowledge, stump. blaze, glare, light. fatigued, tired, weary. bohemian, unconventional. area of responsibility (noun)
circuit, precinct.
arena (noun)
amphitheater, area, arena, auditorium, bailiwick, battlefield, campus, circle, circuit, circus, colosseum, courtyard, domain, dominion, enclosure, field, gallery, ground, gymnasium, hall, hippodrome, locale, pen, precinct, province, realm, region, ring, room, setting, stage, theater, turf, battle-ground.
beat (noun)
bang, bash, belt, best, birch, blend, box, buffet, cane, clobber, clout, club, conquer, defeat, drub, exceed, excel, forge, hammer, knock, lay into, lick, mix, outdo, outplay, outrun, outstrip, overcome, overpower, pulsate, pulse, pummel, punch, rout, slap, smack, stir, subdue, subjugate, surpass, swing, tan, throb, thwack, transcend, tremble, trounce, vanquish, vibrate, wallop, whack, whip, whisk, HIT.
beat up (noun)
assault, attack, bang, circuit, fatigued, palpitation, pulsation, pulse, rhythm, rough up, territory, throb, tired, vibration, HIT.
blow, stroke (noun)
punch, slap, HIT.
department (noun)
precinct.
impulse (noun)
vibration.
oscillation (noun)
alternation, fluctuation, harmonic motion, libration, oscillation, palpitation, pulsation, resonance, rhythm, tremor, undulation, vacillation, vibration, wave.
region (noun)
borough, canton, city, colony, commonweal, country, county, district, division, duchy, dukedom, earldom, empire, kingdom, locality, lot, municipality, nation, neighborhood, parcel, place, plot, quarter, riding, sector, shire, state, territory, town, tract, zone.
rumble (noun)
buzz, chant, chatter, clatter, drone, drum, grumble, hum, racket, rattle, reverberation, roll, rumble, thrum, thunder.
throbbing (noun)
oscillation, palpitation, pulsation, pulse, rhythm, ripple, swing, throb, tick, undulation, vibration.
tired (noun)
dozy, drowsy, fatigued, sleepy, tired, weary, on your last legs.
unconventional (noun)
bohemian, unconventional.

v.

competition (verb)
crush, trounce, vanquish.
defeat (verb)
capture, checkmate, conquer, crush, defeat, foil, humble, master, outdo, outplay, overcome, overpower, overthrow, overturn, predominate, quell, rout, subdue, subject, surmount, triumph, trounce, trump, vanquish, whip, win.
defeat, surpass (verb)
best, better, conquer, exceed, excel, outdo, outplay, outrun, outshine, outstrip, overcome, overtake, subdue, top, transcend, triumph, vanquish.
defeated (verb)
beaten, conquered, crushed, defeated, foiled, humbled, mastered, outdone, overpowered, overthrown, overturned, quelled, routed, subdued, surmounted, vanquished, won, Captured, Checkmated, Outdid, Overcame, Overthrew, Triumphed, Trounced, Trumped, Whipped, Predominated, Subjected, outplayed.
excel (verb)
best, cap, eclipse, exceed, excel, outclass, outstrip, overshadow, surpass, transcend, outperform.
excelled (verb)
bested, capped, outclassed, Eclipsed, Exceeded, Excelled, Outstripped, Overshadowed, Transcended, Surpassed, outperformed.
injure by striking (verb)
bang, bash, bat, belt, box, buffet, cane, clout, club, crush, drub, flagellate, flail, hammer, knock, lick, maltreat, maul, pummel, punish, rap, slug, smack, swat, thresh, thwack, trounce, wallop, whale, whip.
mix (verb)
stir.
oscillate (verb)
alternate, bob, fluctuate, librate, oscillate, pulsate, pulse, radiate, rock, seesaw, stagger, sway, teeter-totter, throb, tick, totter, tremble, undulate, vacillate, vibrate, wag, wobble.
oscillated (verb)
pulsed, Alternated, Bobbed, Fluctuated, Oscillated, Radiated, Rocked, Throbbed, Ticked, Tottered, Trembled, Undulated, Vacillated, Wagged, Pulsated, Staggered, Swayed, seesawed, teeter-tottered, vibrated, wobbled.
rumble (verb)
reverberate.
rumbled (verb)
chanted, rattled, rolled, Buzzed, Chattered, Clattered, Droned, Drummed, Hummed, Reverberated, Thrummed, Thundered, grumbled, rumbled.
throb (verb)
alternate, bob, fluctuate, oscillate, pulsate, tremble, undulate, vibrate.

Other synonyms:

abo system, agent provocateur, anticoagulant, anvil, aorta, artery, atheroma, atrium, bass, blacksmith, blanch, bleeding, bullion, burnish, butter, carve, checkpoint, chord, clampdown, clobber, crotchet, drub, fatigued, mix, outmatch, pummel, sock, thresh, double flat, APB, all-points bulletin, Amber alert, clip-clop. assail, bludgeon, brood, butchery, clangor, clot, crucible, cry, cuff, hammer, lurch, outrun, weary, D, go ahead, pinch-hit. baste, buffet, chink, clean up, clue, hemorrhage, lick, outshine, preface, waggle, whisk, B, C. assault, blend, count, ct, forge, stump, top, knock out. alight, bang, confound, rap. bump, chill, smack, trim. flop, jump. club, pass, stir. crown. DO. attack
whop.
defeat
outplay, outplayed.
discipline
punish.
exceed
rise above.
flog
leather.
mislead
deceive.
nonconformist
bohemian.
outmaneuver
outflank.
rap
knock.
shot
HIT.
sway
swing.
thrash
drub, flail.
thump
wallop.
wallop
wallop.
whip
flagellate.
Other relevant words:
bang, baste, bohemian, buffet, defraud, drub, fatigued, flagellate, flail, flop, hammer, knock, lick, maul, pummel, rap, stump, thresh, tired, wallop, whale, whisk, whop.

Usage examples for beat

  1. " I should have thought you could beat a little thing like that," said Audrey. – The Lion's Share by E. Arnold Bennett
  2. Didn't the Street beat the Linburgs the other day? – K by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  3. Timar was dead beat – Timar's Two Worlds by Mór Jókai