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verb as in chew

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The defending champs raced out of the starting gates, executing a fairly significant rotation overhaul with remarkable precision.

There will be a Big 12 champ, and it will play in a New Year’s Six bowl, but there’s little reason for playoff tea leaf readers to fret about the league over the next four weeks.

The Dodgers are not only the new champs, but they have the No.

On top of looking dashing, it also moved like a champ, due to the brilliant construction of polyester, elastane, and nylon.

The best bet is that we’re going back to the future, and value will repeat as champ.

From Fortune

The reigning Emmy champ coming off her best season yet on The Good Wife, Margulies could very well set that record, too.

Three-time champ Tony Stewart is reviled—and beloved—for his take-no-prisoners, borderline-unhinged attitude.

The clock strikes zero, and the champ is still the champ, 61-56.

Champ refers to a field, Bertin was likely the original owner of that field, and the name still holds today.

He assured me that Hillary was a champ when it came to separating her public service from her private practice.

Ils travaillaient dans le champ, voisin du bois, je suis all les voir tandis que vous marchiez en avant.

With the Champ de Mars I was to become unpleasantly acquainted eight years subsequently.

I think you'll have a whole vaudeville show at Champ-au-Haut for the rest of your days—and gratis.

In passing Champ-au-Haut, he looked up at the house; here and there a light shone behind drawn shades.

His mother never mentioned the matter to him; indeed, she shunned all mention, when possible, of Champ-au-Haut and its owner.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to champ, such as: chomp, bite, chump, gnash, gnaw, and grind.

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