camarilla

[ kam-uh-ril-uh; Spanish kah-mah-ree-lyah, -ree-yah ]SEE DEFINITION OF camarilla
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAMARILLA

Such were the methods of the camarilla who were ruling Russia!

Their creatures have worked their way into the cabinet and the camarilla.

In either case the sovereignty of Ireland relapses into the hands of the permanent officials, that camarilla of Olympians.

Camarilla, kam-ar-il′a, n. a body of secret intriguers, esp.

But how can we shake off this Camarilla that shelters itself behind a forest of bayonets?

Christina and her Camarilla scarcely know which most deeply to deplore—the intrusion of Cabrera or the expulsion of Bulwer.

Hardly anything could better illustrate the appalling mental position of the camarilla that has got to go.

The camarilla crowded round Ferdinand, who lay without sense or motion.

Truly the camarilla were supporting each other, and I, an onlooker, stood amazed and astounded.

Therefore, two days later, he delivered from the tribune of the Duma some terrible allegations against the camarilla.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CAMARILLA

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.