Definition of Tsaristic
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 Tsaristic
Literary usage of Tsaristic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Three Years of World-revolution by Paul Lensch (1918)
"Only a Russia bent on. annexation and aggression, that is to say, only a tsaristic Russia, could meet the requirements of the Entente; and when, ..."
2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"... driving republican Prance into the arms of tsaristic Russia, and obliging Great Britain to relinquish her cherished policy of " splendid isolation. ..."
3. Yashka, My Life as Peasant, Officer and Exile by Isaac Don Levine (1919)
"Those of the officers who had been disliked by the men, or who had had records typical of tsaristic officials, disappeared with the revolution. ..."
4. The Economics of Communism: With Special Reference to Russia's Experiment by Leo Pasvolsky (1921)
"And this death will be more terrible than death at the hands of the tsaristic hangmen, because it will show our ignorance, our inertness, and our inability ..."
5. Bolshevism at Work by William Thomas Goode (1920)
"... regime and by many of its underlings, all eager to restore the old conditions, to reduce peasants and workers to the circumstances of tsaristic times, ..."
6. The Slaughter of the Jews in the Ukraine in 1919 by Elias Heifetz (1921)
"Polish land-owners sojourning in the city and canton, and likewise former tsarist officials, true to tsaristic principles, sowed seeds of division, ..."
7. Russia, the Revolution and the War: An Account of a Visit to Petrograd and by Christian Lous Lange (1917)
"It sounds like a prophecy that the American constitution has sometimes been defined as a "tsaristic" republic. Already the governmental program had outlined ..."
8. Italy and the Jugoslavs by Edward James Woodhouse, Chase Going Woodhouse (1920)
"There were many complaints against the Secret Treaty, which had largely lost its meaning now that the tsaristic regime had disappeared in Russia and that it ..."