battered, beat-up, beaten-up
Meaning: damaged by blows or hard usage; "a battered old car"; "the beaten-up old Ford"
Meaning: damaged especially by hard usage; "his battered old hat"
Well battered, but still alive.
His battered hat rolled from the bench to the ground.
Once again they took the rail up and battered their way through.
On a broken chair stood a candle in a battered copper candlestick.
Frenzied by defeat and their heaps of dead, the Soviet troops opened a tornado of steel and flame against the battered building.
Thornton was himself bruised and battered, and he went carefully over Buck's body, when he had been brought around, finding three broken ribs.
But from far away the West Wind came with news of three grey travellers wrapt round with battered cloaks that carried away between them a golden ball.
It was a box full of children's battered toys, old-fashioned and quaint; the toys in vogue thirty--forty--fifty years earlier, when Miss Terry was a child.
Down they crashed, carrying their freight of black, clinging, human ants, while from the sea's depths a wave, a mile high, rose and battered the fragments to destruction.
Nevertheless, the house of l'Estorade had done its best; the cupboards had been ransacked, and its last man beaten up for the dinner, which was served to us on old silver dishes, blackened and battered.