Correct spelling for CHAMPSHIP

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Possible correct spellings for champship

  • Champ(Definition of champ)
  • These outbreaks of the republican anti-clerical party to which lady fanny refers were soon calmed; a few weeks later the soldiers had no more work to do, and a grand review was held in the champ de mars.

  • Championships
  • The canadian athletic championships are held independently of the american.

  • Champs
  • He didn't go so far, however, when they were seated at the admirable establishment of m. durand in the place de la madeleine, as to order a bad dinner to spite his competitor; nor did he, to spoil this gentleman's amusement, take uncomfortable seats at the pretty circus in the champs elysees to which, at half-past eight o'clock, the company was conveyed-it was a drive of but five minutes-in a couple of cabs.

  • Champed
  • He spat into my face; and shifting, set his teeth into my shoulder so that they champed like the teeth of a horse, through shirt and hide to the flesh.

  • Chairmanship(Definition of chairmanship)
  • The saying is attributed to him that according to the act of parliament technical education could be defined as any education above elementary except greek and theology, and the board under his chairmanship-he was chairman for eight years-did much to bring secondary and university education within the reach of the working people of london.

  • Champion(Definition of champion)
  • You understand, of course, that you are to be the champion of ireland in the school."

  • Chimps
  • The first advertisement was named "the return" and the adverts make reference to pg tips popular series of adverts featuring live chimps which ran between 1956 and 2002, as well as to itv digital going out of business.

  • Shipshape(Definition of shipshape)
  • "and do it shipshape," added black gandil.

  • Championship(Definition of championship)
  • He had not, in fact, ridden for the championship at all, but for his dream, and that was why it mattered so much when kitty seemed so to lack interest in his success.

  • Champing
  • The populace unfortunately had had too much their own way under the slack though fitful reign of william the testy; and though upon the accession of peter stuyvesant they had felt, with the instinctive perception which mobs as well as cattle possess, that the reins of government had passed into stronger hands, yet could they not help fretting and chafing and champing upon, the bit in restive silence.

  • Hampshire(Definition of hampshire)
  • The four commonwealths of new hampshire, massachusetts, connecticut, and rhode island had all been in existence, under one form or another, for more than a century.

  • Champlain(Definition of champlain)
  • Haste and waste; or, the young pilot of lake champlain.

  • Showmanship
  • Cardigan welsh corgis compete in dog agility trials, obedience, showmanship, flyball and tracking events.