or tsar, tzar
Origin of czar
Examples from the Web for czar
Four people have died of Ebola and that already has a ‘czar.’Gay Activist David Mixner: I Mercy Killed 8 People|Tim Teeman|October 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sen. Jerry Moran, a Republican from Kansas, was among the first politicians to call for an Ebola czar.
The Republican reaction is starting to shift from calls for a czar to calls for a different czar.
Ironically, the Obama administration was forced to battle a Republican czar panic in the early days of its administration.
Eventually, it was gifted to Czar Peter the Great as a token of goodwill between the Germans and Russians.
I must declare to you that to us the Czar is not the only chain that fetters the body of the country.Mother|Maksim Gorky
It was only upon the threat of the Czar to continue the war by himself that the Austrians consented to move forward upon Paris.History of Modern Europe 1972-1878|C. A. Fyffe
Not until evening could the new Czar be brought to use more decisive measures.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year|Edwin Emerson
It was only by force that his followers could tear the Czar away from the scene of revolt.The Green Book|Mr Jkai
Of course the offer was refused, and the indications of the Czar's state of mind on the subject were viewed with some dismay.A History of England|Charles Oman
British Dictionary definitions for czar
Derived Formsczardom, noun
Culture definitions for czar
The title of rulers or emperors of Russia from the sixteenth century until the Russian Revolution. The czars ruled as absolute monarchs (see absolute monarchy) until the early twentieth century, when a parliament was established in Russia. Czar can also be spelled tsar.