American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A stretch of level and open country; a plain.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A flat open country.
- Level; open.
- n. geography, archaic Open countryside, or an area of open countryside.
- n. obsolete A battlefield.
- adj. Pertaining to open countryside; unforested, flat.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A flat, open country.
- adj. Flat; open; level.
- n. a university town in east central Illinois adjoining Urbana
- n. extensive tract of level open land
- From Old French champaigne, from Latin campānia. (Wiktionary)
- Middle English champain, from Old French champainge, from Late Latin campānia; see campaign. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Clinton's champaign is fighting for states both candidates agreed not to champaign in?”
“Truly the phrase champaign socialists has never been more apt for this amoral, corrupt, sleaze ridden government.”
“The coast receded between the eastern point of the cove to that which terminated the Bay of Torwich, embracing what may be almost termed a champaign country, compared with the barren scenery I have described; and displaying the uneven surface of the richly wooded Park of Dovedale, with the ruins of two castles.”
“The soil there is very fruitful, a great part whereof is mountainous, but much likewise champaign, which is the most sweet and pleasant part, for it is watered by several navigable streams, and beautified with many gardens of pleasure planted with divers sorts of trees and an abundance of orchards.”
“Jamrkan and Sa’adan rode out with forty-thousand stalwart fighting-men, under each standard a thousand cavaliers, doughty champions, foremost in champaign.”
“Where can I contribute to Mr. King's political champaign?”
“In other news the liberals and dems are upset on this bored because they didn't get a check that Obama promised them during his champaign instead he bought himself a new teleprompter and sent the rest to help Hamas”
“In other news the liberals and dems are upset on this board because they didn't get a check that Obama promised them during his champaign instead he bought himself a new teleprompter and sent the rest to help Hamas”
“Last night Shawn and I celebrated by opening a bottle of champaign (no, really, we always have some around) and watching "Last Legion" (which, btw, is an AWESOME movie.)”
“This is hilarious coming from the party that tried to use Britney Spears 'fame to denounce Obama's fame during the champaign.”
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