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Czarina Catharine followed, also on foot, with a lighted taper; her cloak borne by all her Ladies.
They drank to Queen Victoria, and, with a remembrance of past loyalty, to the czarina.
Csars wife should be above suspicion, said haughty Csar, and the world applauds; but every woman is czarina by divine right.
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON
Amidst the great desert his old ambition came back to him—he pictured the golden dome of the Kremlin, and the conquered Czarina.
I believe it was the birthday of the Czarina, but of course I was not bound to know that.
AN ENGLISHMAN IN PARISALBERT D. (ALBERT DRESDEN) VANDAM
This was in 1740, under the reign of the dissolute and cruel Czarina Anne.
Morozof did not oppose them; instead he courted and married the czarina's sister, and thus became the czar's brother-in-law.
THE STORY OF RUSSIAR. VAN BERGEN, M.A.
These two powers had agreed to an armistice of three months, during which the czarina augmented her forces in Finland.
The war maintained by the emperor and the czarina against the Ottoman Porte, had not yet produced any decisive event.
The empress next sought for a girl who might marry the young prince and thus become the future Czarina.

WORDS RELATED TO CZARINA

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.