Defense or support; advocacy: her championship of the elderly and their rights. (noun)
A competition or series of competitions held to determine a winner.(noun)
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Use "championship" in a sentence
"Critics who have urged the department to investigate the Bowl Championship Series contend it unfairly gives some schools preferential access to the title championship game and top-tier end-of-the-season bowl contents."
"While it may be too early to mention the term championship hangover, the Victory looked lethargic inside the opening 15 minutes as the Mariners went two-up."
"Whether a championship is at stake or not, one - sided bouts in which a devastating puncher is at work must be halted, if not by the corner, then by the referee or doctor."