broken, hopeless, gloomy, cool, cynical, strapped, calorific, weary, cream, chewy, crisp, sleepy, fatalistic, caramelized, dejected, negative, exhausted, chilled, drowsy, despairing, all in, punished, creamy, dozy, on your last legs, tired, run-down, bleak, crispy, fatigued, pessimistic, buttery
deranged (part of speech: verb)
disorganized, whisked, confounded, mixed up muddled, confused, roughened, jumbled, messed, rumpled, mislaid, troubled, convulsed, rummaged, tumbled, upset, discomposed, tossed, capsized, ruffled, botched, displaced, disturbed, tousled, swirled, rippled, hashed, misplaced, mussed, perturbed, cluttered, agitated, scrambled, disarranged, fermented, deranged, blurred, roiled, disheveled, scattered, tampered, dislocated, meddled, disordered, churned
defeated (part of speech: verb)
outdid, captured, checkmated, beat, conquered, overcome, humbled, quelled, foiled, mastered, predominated, outplayed, overthrown, overpowered, routed, crushed, vanquished, overturned, trumped, subdued, overcame, trounced, overthrew, triumphed, defeated, surmounted, outdone, beaten, won, subjected
- It's been i' th' family for years an' years; and hoo'd weshed it hersel' an' put it on th' hedge to dry, an' soombry coom an' whipped it off. - "North, South and Over the Sea", M.E. Francis (Mrs. Francis Blundell).
- " Good- by," he called, as Asgeelo whipped the horses. - "Cord and Creese", James de Mille.
- I went home like a whipped dog, wholly certain now that some one had found the secret of our home: we might be surprised in it before I was aware; and what course to take for my security I knew not. - "The-Brick-Moon-and-Other-Stories", Hale, Edward Everett.