or tsar·dom, tzar·dom
[zahr-duh m, tsahr-]
Origin of czardom
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Examples from the Web for czardom
I can only say, if they are not, Democracy will prove as great a failure as Czardom.My Impresssions of America
This is the strongest sign of a suspicion against the army itself; and on the army the whole power of Czardom reposes.
Czardom, on its part, may play out its last card by embarking upon a fresh war.
They left their home in the richest district of that new Balkan czardom about a year ago.The Immigrant Tide, Its Ebb and Flow
Edward A. Steiner
The power of Czardom was enforced ignorance, and this made possible the infamous treaty of Brest-Litovsk.