Definition of Championing

1. Verb. (present participle of champion) ¹



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Definition of Championing

1. champion [v] - See also: champion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Championing

champerty
champeta
champfrein
champfreins
champian
champians
champignon
champignons
champing
champion
champion-elect
champion lode
championed
championess
championesses
championing (current term)
championless
champions
champions-elect
championship
championships
champleve
champleves
champs
champurrado
chams
chamæleon
chamæleons
chanal
chanar

Literary usage of Championing

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1. Main Currents in Nineteenth Century Literature by Georg Morris Cohen Brandes (1906)
"... from Victor Hugo to Lamennais, are at war with the potentates whose cause they began by championing with such ardour, and at war with that principle of ..."

2. A Beacon for the Blind: Being a Life of Henry Fawcett, the Blind Postmaster by Winifred Holt (1914)
"championing IN consequence of that Oxford meeting Fawcett arwm. entered another arena. Bishop Wilberforce, representing the attitude of many not ..."

3. Solving the Country Church Problem by Garland Armor Bricker (1913)
"championing Rural Life.—Farmers form a class far more numerous than those engaged in any other industry or business. The world is dependent for the ..."

4. Nugae Litterariae: Or, Brief Essays on Literary, Social, and Other Themes by William Mathews (1896)
"championing WHAT is more distasteful to a thinking Christianity man Wh0 has weighed the arguments of in the Pulpit. ..."

5. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"WFS championing [champ-yuning] partc. The lads and men who go round as mummers at Christmastide, singing carols and songs, are said to go championing. ..."

6. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1916)
"... by the fact that the Classic school, championing impersonality, is moving in the wrong direction, while the Romantic school, championing personality, ..."

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