Champion

Champion,

Definition of Champion:

  1. Support the cause of; defend.

  2. Person who voluntarily takes extraordinary interest in the adoption, implementation, and success of a cause, policy, program, project, or product. He or she will typically try to force the idea through entrenched internal resistance to change, and will evangelize it throughout the organization. Also called change advocate, change agent, or idea champion.

  3. A person who fights or argues for a cause or on behalf of someone else.

  4. A person who has defeated or surpassed all rivals in a competition, especially in sports.

Synonyms of Champion

Winner, Title-holder, Defending champion, Gold medallist, Advocate, Promote, Plead for, Hold a torch for, Defend, Protect, Uphold, Support, Back, Espouse, Ally oneself with, Stand behind, Stand up for, Take someones part, Campaign for, Lobby for, Fight for, Battle for, Crusade for, Take up the cudgels for, Advocate, Proponent, Promoter, Proposer, Supporter, Standard-bearer, Torch-bearer, Defender, Protector, Upholder, Backer, Exponent, Patron, Sponsor, Prime mover, A per se, Maecenas, Olympic medal winner, Abettor, Ace, Admirer, Advocate, Aficionado, Allege in support, Alter ego, Alternate, Amicus curiae, Angel, Answer, Apologete, Apologist, Apologizer, Arch, Argue for, Arm, Armor, Assert, Attorney, Award winner, Back, Back up, Backer, Backstop, Backup, Backup man, Bang-up, Banner, Battle, Best, Bless, Blue-ribbon, Boss, Buff, Campaigner, Capital, Cardinal, Central, Champ, Chief, Choice, Chosen, Cloak, Combatant, Commander, Compass about, Conquering hero, Conqueror, Conquistador, Contend, Contend for, Copyright, Counter, Cover, Cream, Crowning, Cushion, Dandy, Dean, Defeater, Defend, Defender, Dependence, Deputy, Distinguished, Dominant, Dummy, Easy winner, Elect, Elite, Encourager, Endorser, Ensure, Espouse, Executive officer, Exponent, Expounder, Fan, Fat, Favorer, Fence, Fend, Fight for, Fighter, Figurehead, First, Flank, Flower, Focal, For the best, Foremost, Forward, Friend at court, Fugleman, Genius, Get behind, Get in behind, Great, Greatest, Guarantee, Guard, Guard against, Guardian, Handpicked, Harbor, Haven, Head, Headmost, Hegemonic, Hero, Higher-up, Illustrious, Insure, Justifier, Keep, Keep from harm, Laureate, Leader, Leading, Lieutenant, Locum, Locum tenens, Lover, Magisterial, Main, Mainstay, Maintain, Maintainer, Make a plea, Make safe, Master, Matchless, Medalist, Nestle, Nonesuch, Nonpareil, Optimal, Optimum, Outstanding, Overruling, Paladin, Pancratiast, Paragon, Paramount, Paranymph, Partisan, Patent, Patron, Patroness, Peerless, Pick, Picked, Pillar, Pinch hitter, Plead for, Pleader, Police, Predominant, Preeminent, Premier, Preponderant, Prevailing, Primal, Primary, Prime, Principal, Prize, Prizeman, Prizetaker, Prizewinner, Procurator, Prodigy, Promote, Promoter, Proponent, Protagonist, Protect, Protector, Protectress, Proxy, Queen, Quintessence, Quintessential, Ranking, Rebut, Refute, Register, Reliance, Reply, Representative, Respond, Ride shotgun for, Riposte, Rock, Ruler, Ruling, Run interference for, Runner-up, Safeguard, Safekeeper, Say in defense, Screen, Second, Second in command, Secondary, Seconder, Sectary, Secure, Select, Senior, Shelter, Shield, Shoo-in, Shroud, Side with, Sider, Sovereign, Speak for, Speak up for, Splendid, Sponsor, Stalwart, Stand back of, Stand behind, Stand by, Stand up for, Stand-in, Standby, Star, Stellar, Stick by, Stick up for, Subduer, Subjugator, Substitute, Successful advocate, Supereminent, Superior, Superlative, Superman, Superstar, Support, Supporter, Supreme, Sure winner, Surpassing, Surrogate, Sustain, Sustainer, Sympathizer, Take sides with, The best, The best ever, The greatest, The most, The tops, The very best, Top dog, Top-notch, Topflight, Tower, Tower of strength, Triumpher, Understudy, Underwrite, Unmatchable, Unmatched, Unparalleled, Unsurpassed, Uphold, Upholder, Urge reasons for, Utility man, Vanquisher, Very best, Veteran, Vicar, Vicar general, Vice, Vicegerent, Victor, Vindicator, Virtuoso, Votary, Warrior, Well-wisher, Whitewasher, Winner, World champion, World-record holder

How to use Champion in a sentence?

  1. Priests who championed human rights.
  2. If you want to be the champion of the business world then you should try and make more money than anyone else.
  3. A champion of womens rights.
  4. A champion hurdler.
  5. In business we dont always crown a true champion but I guess the belt could go to the one who makes the most money.
  6. Brock Lesnar is the current champion in wrestling, but will have to defend his title in a couple weeks at Wrestle Mania .

Meaning of Champion & Champion Definition