czar

Part of speech: noun

An emperor; especially, the emperor of Russia. tsar; tzar.

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Usage examples "czar":

  1. On the south of the central mountain ranges the Russians held Georgia, inhabited by Christian races whom the Russians had liberated from the Turkish or Persian yoke before the close of the eighteenth century, and who ever afterwards remained loyal subjects of the Czar. - "Studies in Literature and History", Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall.
  2. The Czar was as well aware of the fact as he was. - "The Intriguers", William Le Queux.
  3. It has Dutch connections, which have generally supplied it; and our representations in favour of the Polish Hebrews, a numerous race, but the most suffering and degraded of all the tribes, have not been very agreeable to the Czar. - "Coningsby", Benjamin Disraeli.