of or relating to or characteristic of a czar
Syn: ↑czarist, ↑czaristic, ↑tsaristic, ↑tzarist
Pertains to noun: ↑czar (for: ↑tzarist), ↑czar (for: ↑tsaristic), ↑czar, ↑czar (for: ↑czaristic), ↑czar (for: ↑czarist)
Derivationally related forms: ↑tsar (for: ↑tsaristic), ↑czar (for: ↑czaristic)

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