“Yes, champ, I believe you did,” I said, pointing to a pie crust on his plate.
He assured me that Hillary was a champ when it came to separating her public service from her private practice.
The live feed of the 15-car crash that killed Indy 500 champ Dan Wheldon was horrific enough.
The reigning Emmy champ coming off her best season yet on The Good Wife, Margulies could very well set that record, too.
Now shaken from his reverie, stunned, Paterno walked over to the golf cart and crouched and shook the hand of the champ.
The hope of victory rouses the spirits of these noble youths; their fiery horses neigh and prance, and champ their foaming bits.
Pop Monroe was trying for just one solid blow to slow down the champ.
They prance, and champ the bit, and the young man seems to pull on them as though his liver was coming out.
It was not long after midnight the next day that champ Lee reached the ranch.
The champ de Mars was guarded by troops, and the avenues were also guarded on all sides.
1868, American English abbreviation of champion (n.).
"to chew noisily," 1520s, probably echoic; OED suggests a connection with jam (v.). Earlier also cham, chamb, etc. To champ on (or at) the bit, as an eager horse will, is attested in figurative sense by 1640s. Related: Champed; champing. As a noun in this sense, attested from c.1600.