Noun(1) someone who has won first place in a competition
Verb(1) chafe at the bit, like horses(2) chew noisily
(1) Then there's the 2003 champ , Matthias, from Switzerland, who mounts fish and is starting to struggle with his conscience.(2) When his wife runs off with the local darts champ , Colin sets off to Blackpool to win her back.(3) he showed the style that was to turn him into a world champ(4) An unseemly ruck developed for his services, before he eventually chose European champions Northampton ahead of English champs Leicester.(5) After the white oak the actual ranking of eastern champions becomes somewhat arbitrary because successive champs are often separated by only a few points.(6) I like the Vikings as NFC champs and Super Bowl runners-up.(7) The match, at RFK stadium in Washington D.C., featured two giants of European football, Barcelona and reigning European champs , A.C. Milan.(8) So Ferrari are defending champs in both championships.(9) It should be pointed out that 14 teams have only one player in the game, including the reigning NL champs , the Astros.(10) The Japanese baseball champs douse their star with Sapporo beer (I love the beer goggles - literally).(11) After the successful launch of last year's snow season in Bulgaria's top winter resort of Bansko with Italian Alberto Tomba, another two skiing champs will cut the ribbon this year.(12) Over the years, the number of national champs there dwindled as more and more people in the rest of the country joined in the search for big trees.(13) And there is his belief that Lennox Lewis is one of the five top-ranked heavyweight champs of all time, because he revenged his defeats and then chased Tyson, before obliterating him.(14) No mistake, the Big East is among the country's best basketball conferences, boasting four different national champs in the last 20 years.(15) Well, we're going to pick your favorite as we compare the cyclist victories of some other longtime sporting champs .(16) The defending MLS Cup champs were the surprise of the league last year.
1. champion ::
2. title-holder ::
3. chomp ::
Different Formschamp, champed, champing, champs
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