Entry from US English dictionary
1A daughter of a tsar.
- Equally in much demand were also relief images of ancient Russian warriors, powerful outposts, as well as tsarevnas with exuberant crown kokoshniks.
- The children's nurse, M. Eagar, recalled the little tsarevnas diligently sewing away, scrunching up the waist of large pants to fit them into small waistbands.
- Since the custom was for women to be excluded from participation in men's festivities, the tsarina and tsarevnas could satisfy their curiosity and look through a secret window in a small room that the Italian architects had added just for this purpose.
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