Definition of Czaristic
1. Adjective. Of or relating to or characteristic of a czar.
Partainyms: Czar, Czar, Czar, Czar, Czar
Derivative terms: Czar, Tsar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Czaristic
Literary usage of Czaristic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. King's Complete History of the World War ...: 1914-1918. Europe's War with by William C. King (1922)
"Excepting for the officers, who were czaristic to a man, ... The motives of these governments in supporting the czaristic faction were perfectly ..."
2. General Theory of Law by Nikolaĭ Mikhaĭlovich Korkunov, William Granger Hastings (1909)
"That the downfall of the imperial system was in some degree precipitated by czaristic reaction against the legalist movement which developed the Duma of ..."
3. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1922)
"Special value is placed on a large number of books from Russian presses before the establishment of censorship under the czaristic régime. ..."
4. History of the World War by Frank Herbert Simonds (1919)
"... that reproach—ever present, ever felt—incident to an alliance between the three great democracies of the west and a reactionary czaristic Russia. ..."
5. An Introduction to the Study of International Organization by Pitman Benjamin Potter (1922)
"Russia went out of the fight, as a result of czaristic inefficiency, the wastage of war, and Bolshevik ..."
6. The New York Times Current History (1918)
"never interceded for Poland with Russia —but the German Empire and the Austro- Hungarian Monarchy which liberated Poland from the czaristic régime which was ..."
7. The Life of Whitelaw Reid by Royal Cortissoz (1921)
"that his course on the tariff bill and on appropriations had been vindicated, that the bitterly opposed czaristic "Reed rules" had been justified, ..."