champaign[ sham-peyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF champaign
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHAMPAIGN
"Let us finish this champaign, my good fellow," says the politician, emptying his glass.
One of the professors in the Industrial University at Champaign is a lady.
The tailors are the best judges of that; but Champaign, I suppose.
These Lordships are champaign grounds, and full of corn and fruit.
He is now at Champaign, Ill., and has not been able to attend trial.
As well in the mountains as in the plains and the champaign countries.
In champaign countries much rye and barley bread is eaten, but especially where wheat is scant and geson.
Any suggestion of mine to strike out into the champaign was frowned down in the severest manner.
At New York, they do drink a great deal of champaign; it is the small beer of the dinner-table.
Champaign become associated with New York, and therefore is not right.