/ (ˈzɑːrəvɪtʃ) /

  1. a son of a Russian tsar, esp the eldest son

Origin of tsarevitch

from Russian tsarevich, from tsar + -evich, masculine patronymic suffix

Words Nearby tsarevitch

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How to use tsarevitch in a sentence

  • To-morrow he shall see me playing with the tsarevitch in the Park, and Nicholas shall be with us.

    The Minister of Evil | William Le Queux
  • We know now that the war was fought to its end in the council chambers in Tokyo long before that torpedo sank the "tsarevitch."

    The Way of the Gods | John Luther Long
  • On a smoother sea the "tsarevitch" had been hit once below the armour belt on 10 August.

    Famous Sea Fights | John Richard Hale
  • The "tsarevitch," badly cut up and set on fire, was driven out of the line.

    Famous Sea Fights | John Richard Hale
  • In the meantime Ivan tsarevitch watched a moment to slip away unseen.