or tsar·e·vitch, tzar·e·vitch
- the son of a czar.
Origin of czarevitch
1700–10; < Russian tsarévich, equivalent to tsar' czar + -evich masculine patronymic suffix
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Examples from the Web for czarevitch
Well, Alexis (turning to the Czarevitch)—how many traitors were hung this morning?
Czar (sinks into his chair with his eyes fixed on the Czarevitch).
Czarevitch gives up sword; Prince Paul places it on the table.
Especially as his wife is more to the Czarevitch than his crown!The Green Book
Two mighty battle-ships, the Retvizan and the Czarevitch, slowly heeled over, mortally wounded.The North Pacific
Willis Boyd Allen
- a variant spelling (esp US) of tsarevitch
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