Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative spelling of tsarlike.

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Examples

  • Though the President's power was already czarlike, owing to Yeltsin's constitution, it was not enough for Putin.

    Putin the Terrible

  • Though the President's power was already czarlike, owing to Yeltsin's constitution, it was not enough for Putin.

    Putin the Terrible

  • With his survival at stake, Yeltsin proposed a constitution that would grant him czarlike powers.

    Russia Is Finished

  • With his survival at stake, Yeltsin proposed a constitution that would grant him czarlike powers.

    Russia Is Finished

  • Though the President's power was already czarlike, owing to Yeltsin's constitution, it was not enough for Putin.

    Russia Is Finished

  • Though the President's power was already czarlike, owing to Yeltsin's constitution, it was not enough for Putin.

    Russia Is Finished

  • Beck's czar list actually included two different climate czars, which should have been a hint that they weren't particularly czarlike in the Romanov sense.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Beck's czar list actually included two different climate czars, which should have been a hint that they weren't particularly czarlike in the Romanov sense.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Beck's czar list actually included two different climate czars, which should have been a hint that they weren't particularly czarlike in the Romanov sense.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • He has claimed czarlike powers to detain indefinitely both citizens and noncitizens without accusation or trial or access to courts on his say-so alone by dispatching them to Bagram prison in Afghanistan.

    The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines

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