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Word: champion

Definition: support militantly; fight for; N: person who fights for or supports strongly (a principle, movement, person, etc.)

Sentences Containing 'champion'

'This is a fellow,' she said, 'to champion and bring here, is he not?
Akino is the current champion in her first reign.
And here I am, the UFC heavyweight champion.
Antikas Karios - The Ventrian champion and swordmaster.
As such, he was a member of the 1931 NFL Champion Packers.
As such, he was a member of the 1939 NFL Champion Packers.
Björn Borg was the defending champion, but did not participate.
Championship of the Thames World Champion.
Christophe Rochus was the defending champion.
From there they moved on to the Tournament of Champions, which pits each state champion against each other to determine one overall champion.
Greg Rusedski was the defending champion.
He also coached the British skaters John Curry, 1976 Olympic and world champion, and Valda Osborn, British champion in 1952 and 1953 and European champion in 1953.
He became World champion for the third time.
He is a former World Senior Curling Champion.
He is the 2005 Armenian national champion.
He is the 2007 2008 Austrian national champion.
He soon moved to Superstox where he was named both World and European champion.
He was a champion who nearly won the World Champion single sculls title.
He was named as Champion sire in 1988 and in 1994.
He would repeat as champion the following year.
Her mother, Carol Draper, is a champion waterskier.
His brother, Eamonn, was also a Commonwealth champion.
His father, Clayton Reid, was a New Zealand champion in karting.
In 1978, he was the World champion at the World Men's Handball Championship.
Jennifer Capriati is the champion; others show the round in which they were eliminated.
Jimmie Johnson would emerge as the champion after this race was over.
Lesnar is a four-time world champion in professional wrestling and is the only man so far to have been the WWE Champion (three times) and IWGP Heavyweight Champion (once), as well as the UFC Heavyweight Champion and NCAA Division 1 Champion.
Lewis seems to have been a champion for them among his own people.
Macau captured the champion by winning 1-0.
Maria Sharapova was the defending champion, but did not participate.
Martirosyan was an eight-time National Champion and a Golden Gloves Champion.
Miloslav Mečíř was the champion but did not defend his title.
Otto Danieli is a Swiss curler and World Champion.
Ricardo Mauricio was crowned series champion.
She is the 2000 World Junior Champion and the 2002 Four Continents Champion.
She is the 2006 Lithuanian national champion.
She was always a feminist and a champion of the rights of the oppressed.
She was the 1951 Swiss national champion.
Stecca was the 1979 Italian Featherweight Champion.
The champion of each group is promoted to Segunda División.
The champion qualifies to the Copa Sudamericana.
The Henry Champion House was built by Colonel Henry Champion.
The reigning champion is referred to as the "Wizard of Oz".
The towns of Champion, NY and Champion, OH are named in his honor.
There was a single champion of champion episode also broadcast in the summer of 1995 Plot summary.
This song is titled "The Eternal Champion".
White also unsuccessfully challenged world featherweight champion Johnny Kilbane, welterweight champion Jack Britton, and lightweight champion Freddie Welsh for their titles.
With no playoff or final, Kansas City was crowned league champion.
With partner Maxim Marinin, she is the 2006 Olympic Champion, two-time World Champion, and five-time European Champion.
WWE Champion and Awesome Truth (2010-2011).

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::: braggadocio - boasting
::: default - failure to act; failure to perform a task or be present; V.
::: quotidian - daily; commonplace; customary; Ex. quotidian routine
::: colossus - gigantic statue; person or thing of great size or importance
::: slacken - slow up; loosen; make or become slack
::: expeditious - done with speed; quick; N. expedition
::: iota - very small quantity
::: levity - lack of seriousness or steadiness; frivolity; lightness of manner