A stretch of level and open country; a plain. (noun)
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Use "champaign" in a sentence
"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."