What is the correct spelling for SHAMPAIN?

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Correct spellings for SHAMPAIN

  • campaign After all, it's not the only campaign you'll ever make."
  • champagne It's-it's almost the champagne of life.
  • champion This one did not come to Robert Carlton's ears, but he was perhaps the first to whom the obvious comment had occurred, and its easy justification did a little damp the glow in which his latest champion had left him.
  • champlain When Champlain died, on Christmas-day, 1635, the French population of Canada did not exceed 150 souls, all dependent on the fur-trade.
  • chapman He wrote in the Westminster Review, and at the house of Dr. Chapman met Mill, Lewes and "George Eliot."
  • chomping
  • sampan The sharp nose was within half a dozen feet of the stern of the flying sampan, for Dent and the boatman were once more pulling with all their might.
  • shaman
  • shampoo You chumps in trouble we bout to bubble like shampoo You might try but you can't do what Aaron and Sam do – No Can Do by tech n9ne
  • shaping
  • sharpen When I got out into the long grass the sun was not yet risen, but there were already many colours in the eastern sky, and I made haste to sharpen my scythe, so that I might get to the cutting before the dew should dry.
  • Champing She no longer exclaimed at the sight of each exceptional toilette; she no longer smiled admiringly on the thoroughbred horses champing their bits in the immediate neighbourhood of her bonnet; she no longer gave a little cry of delight when the big drags came slowly along the crowded ranks, the steel bars shining as they swung loosely in the low afternoon sunlight, the driver, conscious of his glory, grave and tranquil, with the pride that apes humility.
  • Shamming You don't think she was shamming just to get off?
  • Shaming I'm telling now of the second boat, when Captain Jacka, or, as you might say, Providence-for what happened was none of his seeking, and the old boy acted throughout as innocent as a sucking-child-left off shaming the company as honest men, and hit them slap in their pockets, where they could feel.
  • Shampooing Canby was shampooing himself feverishly and had little interest in girls.
  • Sharping
  • re-liableness

255 words made from the letters SHAMPAIN