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noun as in czar

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In the 19th century it was the tsars who banned Ukrainian language books, schools, jailed Ukrainian patriots and dismissed the region as mere “little Russia.”

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Just one year later the flamboyant internet tsar was out of his post, swept up in Xi’s wide-ranging anti-corruption campaign.

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It is a separate state within Russia… And in this state there is a single, irreplaceable tsar.

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He hosted him in the one-time office of Tsar Nicholas II that overlooks a tropical garden and the Black Sea.

The Russian revolution of 1917 toppled the tsar and soon installed a bloodthirsty communist regime.

“He would have thought he should be treated like a tsar,” says Patton.

He killed his own son and heir by whacking him over the head with the monarchal staff in a tsar-ish fit of temper.

One headline, decades earlier, must have struck him with the force of Tsar Bomba.

Russian opera was then at a low ebb, and he only went to hear his favourite work, A Life for the Tsar.

Bute was deceived as regards the tsar's intentions, and his words were spoken in the interest of Prussia.

But to consent was one thing: the how another: the mere suspicion of the willingness of Kaiser or Tsar shook their thrones.

One was that I should form a liaison with some married lady; the other that I should become an adjutant to the Tsar.

The Tsar's own physicians attended her, but she became no better, and at last it was realised that an operation was inevitable.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tsar, such as: ruler, autocrat, despot, leader, and tzar.

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