noun, plural cam·a·ril·las [kam-uh-ril-uhz; Spanish kah-mah-ree-lyahs, -ree-yahs]. /ˌkæm əˈrɪl əz; Spanish ˌkɑ mɑˈri lyɑs, -ˈri yɑs/.
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Example sentences from the Web for camarilla
He was too honest, and, therefore, dangerous to the Court camarilla set up and paid by Potsdam.
Truly the camarilla were supporting each other, and I, an onlooker, stood amazed and astounded.
"Exposure," replied the charlatan who was the head of the traitorous camarilla around the throne.
Therefore, two days later, he delivered from the tribune of the Duma some terrible allegations against the camarilla.
Each man, sulkily sheathing his sombrero, obeyed, and quitted the camarilla.Burlesques|William Makepeace Thackeray