Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The dominion, power, or office of a czar.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of tsardom.

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Examples

  • Van Jones's "czardom" consisted of a brief from the President to cajole other executive branch officials about "green jobs."

    The Volokh Conspiracy

  • He then accused Putin of wanting to restore Russia to the days of czardom, when a monarchy exerted broad control over parts of Asia and eastern Europe.

    GOPer Leach: Obama's The Genuine Foreign Policy "Realist" Here

  • A Baker speech on his own ascension to czardom was promised, postponed and finally scrubbed; there was no way for him to give it without reinforcing the impression that Bush had had to ring in his friend as copresident.

    A SILVER BULLET

  • He then accused Putin of wanting to restore Russia to the days of czardom, when a monarchy exerted broad control over parts of Asia and eastern Europe.

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  • He then accused Putin of wanting to restore Russia to the days of czardom, when a monarchy exerted broad control over parts of Asia and eastern Europe.

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  • That distinguishes him from his predecessor Alan Greenspan, who in 18 years turned his chairmanship into a czardom.

    The Money Man

  • Although it's been reported that six top generals have been wise enough to say "nyet" to the call to czardom, the renewed search does include a few generals.

    Calling All Czars

  • Since Iraq War czardom has been Hadley's realm up till now, how come all of a sudden he's too busy?

    Calling All Czars

  • The commission really does lean towards czardom, and I must say, I think several hundred years of stupidity and autocracy, followed by the victory of Bolshevism is not a good model for the management of American intelligence.

    CNN Transcript Aug 16, 2004

  • Apparently only to substitute the autocracy of a new proletarian aristocracy for the autocracy of the old regime, and the czardom of Lenine and Trotzky for that of the Romanoffs.

    The Red Conspiracy

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