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champaign: flat open country Tw.N. II. v. 175 “Daylight and champaign” (Ff1 2 “champian,” Ff3 4 “champion,” mod. edd. “champai(g)n”), Lr. I. i. 66 “With shadowy forests and with champaigns riched” (F1 “champain,” Ff2 3 4 “Champion,” mod. edd. “champai(g)n”); attrib. Lucr. 1247 “a goodly champaign plain” (F1 “champaine”).
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