Meaning of tsardom in English:

tsardom

noun

(also czardom)

See tsar

‘They were similar to the revolutionaries of tsarist Russia, who also had diverse views of what would happen to their country after the end of tsardom.’
  • ‘The distinctive feature of the Russian tsardom was that, after the fall of Constantinople, it was the only remaining independent Orthodox Christian principality.’
  • ‘The notion of despotism masquerading as liberation was part of the Victorian liberal stereotype of tsardom.’
  • ‘Attempts by tsardom to court the reformist intelligentsia were replaced by a military dictatorship.’
  • ‘I can find no evidence that any of the tsars are doing this but plenty of evidence that colleagues think it a risk of tsardom.’

Pronunciation

tsardom

/ˈzɑːdəm/ /ˈtsɑːdəm/