Definition of Czarists

1. Noun. (plural of czarist) ¹



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Definition of Czarists

1. czarist [n] - See also: czarist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Czarists

czarevitches
czarevna
czarevnas
czarian
czaric
czaricide
czaricides
czarina
czarinas
czarinian
czarish
czarism
czarisms
czarist
czaristic
czarists (current term)
czaritsa
czaritsas
czaritza
czaritzas
czarlike
czarocracies
czarocracy
czarocrat
czarocratic
czarocrats
czarowitz
czars
czarship
czarships

Literary usage of Czarists

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1. A Short History of the Near East: From the Founding of Constantinople (330 A by William Stearns Davis (1922)
"The czarists hastily retired, and by August 2, 1854, the last of them crossed the Pruth. Nicholas had thus failed in a most humiliating fashion, ..."

2. Bolshevism: The Enemy of Political and Industrial Democracy by John Spargo (1919)
"They were not pro-German, but anti-czarists. They believed quite honestly, most of them, that Russia's defeat was the surest and quickest 1 Quoted by ..."

3. The New Constitutions of Europe by Howard Lee McBain, Lindsay Rogers (1922)
"... steady stream of volumes dealing with the Russian Revolution: soldiers, newspaper correspondents, college professors, czarists, Bolsheviki, governesses, ..."

4. Sovietism: The A B C of Russian Bolshevism--according to the Bolshevists by William English Walling (1920)
"The fact that Gorky preferred the Bolshevists to the czarists, rejoined them in the hope of bringing them his way, and is now more optimistic about them, ..."

5. Everybody's World by Sherwood Eddy (1920)
"It includes not only the czarists of Russia, the militarists of Japan, the commercial profiteers of America, many imperialists in England and France, ..."

6. Soviet Russia by Friends of Soviet Russia, Soviet Union Russian Soviet Government Bureau (New York, N.Y.) (1920)
"... in the last combat, to the end of dispersing by a powerful and decisive action the rest of the band of White Guard adventurers and fawning czarists. ..."

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