Synonyms for championing
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : cham-pee-uhn|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈtʃæm pi ən|
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Définition of championingOrigin :
- "to fight for, defend, protect," 1820 (Scott) in a literal sense, from champion (n.). Figurative use by 1830. Earlier it meant "to challenge" (c.1600). Related: Championed; championing.
- verb advocate, support
- Isobel had never forgiven him for championing Jerry the night of the debate.
- Extract from : « Highacres » by Jane Abbott
- She was championing his ideas as if they had been her own cherished plans.
- Extract from : « El Diablo » by Brayton Norton
- He knew how I had suffered in the press for championing his cause.
- Extract from : « Wagner as I Knew Him » by Ferdinand Christian Wilhelm Praeger
- Youre only another victim of the morals you were championing just now.
- Extract from : « Three Plays by Brieux » by Eugne Brieux
- I must run downstairs and thank her for championing our cause.
- Extract from : « Grace Harlowe's Second Year at Overton College » by Jessie Graham Flower
- On the other side was a democratic party, championing State rights.
- Extract from : « George Brown » by John Lewis
- I dont see that at all, Mr. Renfield, said Mrs. Harker, at once championing me.
- Extract from : « Dracula » by Bram Stoker
- She may be right at that, said Jack, championing Hazels cause.
- Extract from : « The Motor Girls at Camp Surprise » by Margaret Penrose
- He's the man who talked Frisbie into championing the new route?
- Extract from : « Empire Builders » by Francis Lynde
- Mr. Smith consented, with the understanding that Mr. Donnelly should help by championing the bill.
- Extract from : « The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume IV » by Various
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