[ UK /tsˈɑː/ ]
[ US /ˈtsɑɹ, ˈzɑɹ/ ]
  1. a male monarch or emperor (especially of Russia prior to 1917)
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How To Use tsar In A Sentence

  • A similar problem came up yesterday in reading a Boris Akunin story called Strast' i dolg Passion and duty, set in an alternate Russia which has revived tsardom, along with its Table of Ranks and all the rest of the imperial paraphernalia. Languagehat.com: TRANSLATION PROBLEMS.
  • Central Asian desert and grow cotton, which tsarist Russia lost access to when the American south, its supplier, began fighting the American north in the Civil A Conversation with Tom Bissell
  • His maternal grandfather, who fled Russia to avoid conscription by the tsarist army, was a Hebrew scholar, mystic, mathematician, and inventor who made boots and shoes for a living.
  • But, even when staffed by people with little or no experience in the Communist Party apparat or Soviet state, the new executive institutions bore the unmistakable stamp of the Soviet epoch, and even of the tsarist period.
  • This is true even in the Urban 4-H programs where most of the young shooters or their parentsare not neccesarily primarily interested in hunting perse. The Volokh Conspiracy » Changes in the Gun Culture over the last 25 years
  • King Frederick William, in a magnanimous gesture, presented the entire room to the tsar.
  • A Russian guide told the visitors of the events on that dark night of Jan 17, 1918, when the Bolshevik Guards called the tsar and his family to the cellar and shot them. TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com
  • Simeon II, or to give him his civilian name Simeon Borisov of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, styled himself "tsar of Bulgaria" while he lived in exile. Prepare for the reign of Charles the Meddler | Nick Cohen
  • In reality, the tsar proceeded with extreme caution.
  • No one has named me tsarina yet, which is undoubtedly a relief to the companies that don't want workers poking into their policies on 401 (k) s. Burned!
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