noun.
Also "tsarcasm."
1. Derisive and intentional irony relating to Russian, Bulgarian, or Serbian monarchs.
2. The derisive and intentional irony of Russian, Bulgarian, or Serbian monarchs.
1. Rasputin's drunken and biting czarcasm offended Alexandra, who, unbeknownst to him, had come into the room.

2. Peter's pithy reply to his minister was an accomplishment in czarcasm.
by Andrew Simpson, Esq. March 17, 2008

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