or world′-beat`er,

a person or thing that surpasses all others of like kind, as in quality or endurance.
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She will not have to be a worldbeater to get that all-important first win on the board in the Bet In Play At Novice Stakes.
"I'm still a long way off that in Test cricket, becoming that worldbeater.
Newmarket David Milnes Vow Of Presence 3.10 Southwell, nap No worldbeater but this son of Showcasing has shown enough on the Al Bahathri to suggest he is up to a winning debut.
Based on this new information BSA believes the total resource at the site will increase to between 350,000 and 400,000 ounces, including the Old Radcliffe and Worldbeater mines.
Winner of two of his 10 Flat starts, Tyrell was clearly no worldbeater on the level with a rating of 72 but he is proven over a trip having won a two-mile heat at Nottingham in the summer and looks the kind of runner King can work wonders with when introduced over the sticks.
A winner at Thirsk on her penulatimate start, Secret Lightning is clearly no worldbeater but should be up to the task here.
James Ward-Prowse was allowed too much time on the ball and Sadio Mane was made to look like a worldbeater.
He may be yet to fully fire - in common with team-mates Sergio Aguero and Angel di Maria - but he has shown with his two goals what a worldbeater he is.
Now he's a worldbeater, it's not surprising that he says he finds the new adulation of fans hard to handle.
Double Trouble is no worldbeater but should be up to the mark in the Wolverhampton Holiday Inn Median Auction Maiden Stakes.
Jonjo O'Neill's charge looked a potential worldbeater until disappointing on soft ground in the Cleeve Hurdle back in January.
He's no worldbeater but is capable of making life tough for top players and it will be disappointing if the Devonian comes up short against Mehta.