Definition of Championships

1. Noun. (plural of championship) ¹



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Definition of Championships

1. championship [n] - See also: championship

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Championships

champians
champignon
champignons
champing
champion
champion-elect
champion lode
championed
championess
championesses
championing
championless
champions
champions-elect
championship
championships (current term)
champleve
champleves
champs
champurrado
chams
chamæleon
chamæleons
chanal
chanar
chance'd be a fine thing
chance(a)
chance-half correlation
chance-medley
chance event

Literary usage of Championships

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1. The Tribune Almanac and Political Register by Horace Greeley (1891)
"7 championships, 8 seconds and 3 thirds—02 points; WL Coudon. NYAC, 4 championships. 0 seconds and 7 thirds—45 pointe; ..."

2. Palmer's Index to "The Times" NewspaperTimes (London, England) (1903)
"8 Л1/ ——lnter-Polytechnic championships, ... Walking Competition, 2 jI/ 13 e Surrey championships, 2j 10 с War Office Sporte Club, 8 i 11 r - West of ..."

3. United States Lawn Tennis Association and the World War by Paul Benjamin Williams, George W. Grupp, John A. Ferris (1921)
"CHAPTER IV SEASON OF 1918 Association restores championships in 191$ trith approval of War Department—Tournament proceeds devoted to Commission on ..."

4. United States Lawn Tennis Association and the World War by Paul Benjamin Williams, George W. Grupp, John A. Ferris (1921)
"In 1917 when the Government's military policy was undetermined, the Association had eliminated championships and the ranking to avoid any possibility of ..."

5. The Wright & Ditson Officially Adopted Lawn Tennis Guide. edited by Joseph T Whittelsey, Irving C Wright (1907)
"WINNERS OF championships, 1906. Singles championships. International—(Canada) Irving C. ... Doubles championships. Indoor Championship—F. Alexander and HH ..."

6. Lawn Tennis at Home and Abroad by Arthur Wallis Myers (1903)
"THE championships After my visit to the LAC meeting I soon became a regular frequenter of the championships, and there are few Wimbledon meetings since the ..."

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