Definition of Camorras

1. camorra [n] - See also: camorra



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Camorras

camlets
cammed
cammie
cammies
camming
camo
camoed
camogie
camogies
camoing
camomile
camomile tea
camomiles
camonflet
camonflets
camorras (current term)
camorrist
camorrista
camorristi
camorrists
camos
camosh
camote
camotes
camouflage
camouflageable
camouflaged
camouflager
camouflagers
camouflages

Literary usage of Camorras

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1. French Ways and Their Meaning, by Edith Wharton (1919)
"... risk being submerged by it A society which puts love beyond the law, and then pays it such heavy toll, subjects itself to the most terrible of camorras. ..."

2. Publications of the American Economic Association by Amos Griswold Warner, JSTOR (Organization), American Economic Association (1906)
"And this assumption being false, we often see the doctrine of free trade and free competition practically refuted by " rings," " camorras," market con- ..."

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