[ UK /ʃæmpˈe‍ɪn/ ]
[ US /ʃæmˈpeɪn/ ]
  1. a region of northeastern France
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How To Use Champagne In A Sentence

  • There are numerous non-French vineyards pumping out inauthentic champagne.
  • Champagne is best served in a tall flute or tulip glasses.
  • The noises of men talking and laughing and the sound of champagne corks popping filter out into the corridor.
  • That and music that seems to bubble through you like vintage champagne. Times, Sunday Times
  • Despite that, he was able to walk straight into the castle's Waterloo Chamber and was only challenged five minutes after entering the party as he ordered champagne at the bar.
  • He had reached over to turn round a bottle of champagne so that the label didn't show.
  • But the organist made his profession clear by explaining that the committee had just invited him to oblige the company with a solo on the piano, but that he had been hitting the champagne so hard that he doubted if he could tell the keys from the pedals, and he added that if they'd excuse him he would go to sleep, which he immediately did with his head on the shoulder of the lady recitationist, who tactfully tried not to notice that he was there. Cinderella And Other Stories
  • Expensive champagne in exclusive nightclubs. Times, Sunday Times
  • Especially since Mr. Birtles himself carried a large silver urn with ice and a dew-covered rehoboam of champagne. The Dressmaker
  • Tuxedo-clad waiters brought champagne and frou-frou hors d' oeuvres to the thousand guests sprawled throughout the grounds.
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