• adjective (of a batsman’s score) (made) without losing one’s wicket
    Citation ‘By virtue of his unbeaten 127, Gavaskar became the first Indian batsman to carry his bat through an innings’ (Z. H. Syed, Cricketer March 1983)
    Citation ‘The Notts innings, graced in particular by an undefeated 93 from West Indian all-rounder Jimmy Adams, was clouded by an injury to Wayne Noon’ (Doug Ibbotson, Daily Telegraph 25 July 1994)
    Citation ‘Laxman had made 148; Dravid was unbeaten on 199. India had run the Aussies ragged’ (Bhattacharya 2006)