Definition of Camarillas

1. Noun. (plural of camarilla) ¹



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Definition of Camarillas

1. camarilla [n] - See also: camarilla

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Camarillas

camaieu
camaieus
camaieux
camail
camailed
camails
camalexin
camallanina
caman
camanachd
camanchaca
camans
camaraderie
camaraderies
camarilla
camarillas (current term)
camaron
camarons
camas
camases
camash
camashes
camass
camasses
camassia
camassias
camazepam
cambendazole
camber
camber-keeled

Literary usage of Camarillas

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1. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by T. M. Hughes (1845)
"THE camarillas OF SPAIN. THE first great reigns of camarillas at the Castilian court were those of Alfonso XI. and his son Pedro the Cruel, ..."

2. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by Terence MacMahon Hughes (1845)
"THE camarillas OF SPAIN. THE first great reigns of camarillas at the Castilian court were those of Alfonso XI. and his son Pedro the Cruel, ..."

3. The Wars of Succession of Portugal and Spain, from 1826 to 1840: With Résumé by William Bollaert (1870)
"... for his succession—Death of Zumalacarregui—Sergeant Garcia forces Cristina to accept the Constitution of 1812—Ideas and camarillas—Letter XIV., ..."

4. The Nineteenth Century (1885)
"The omnipotent despots are disappearing, and even the autocrats are mere toys in the hands of their camarillas, which camarillas, however personal their ..."

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