noun, plural cam·a·ril·las [kam-uh-ril-uh z; Spanish kah-mah-ree-lyahs, -ree-yahs] /ˌkæm əˈrɪl əz; Spanish ˌkɑ mɑˈri lyɑs, -ˈri yɑs/.
Origin of camarilla
Examples from the Web for camarilla
In either case the sovereignty of Ireland relapses into the hands of the permanent officials, that camarilla of Olympians.The Open Secret of Ireland|T. M. Kettle
Once master of the world, Julian could see its needs without using the eyes of the Asiatic camarilla.The Arian Controversy|H. M. Gwatkin
Truly the camarilla were supporting each other, and I, an onlooker, stood amazed and astounded.The Minister of Evil|William Le Queux
But how can we shake off this Camarilla that shelters itself behind a forest of bayonets?Anarchism|E. V. Zenker
Hardly anything could better illustrate the appalling mental position of the camarilla that has got to go.'I Believe' and other essays|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull