That's the Camorra all over, from all accounts.
"Raffles" by E. W. Hornung
Her vote is instantly set off by the vote of some sister who joins the other camorra.
"In Defense of Women" by H. L. Mencken
That, I knew, was a brand set upon him by the Camorra.
"The Silent Bullet" by Arthur B. Reeve
He is a member of the Camorra, too.
"A Spirit in Prison" by Robert Hichens
Her camorra, too, was open, and in her girdle there were gems for all to see.
"The Shame of Motley" by Raphael Sabatini
Calm and queenly she stood, dressed in a camorra of grey velvet with black sleeves, which excellently set off her handsome height.
"Love-at-Arms" by Raphael Sabatini
In those early days the second-grade member of the Camorra was known as a picciotto.
"Courts and Criminals" by Arthur Train
The Camorra would not be more certain or more deadly.
"The World For Sale, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
Padre Camorra is rather incredulous and is a great wag.
"The Reign of Greed" by Jose Rizal
Everybody become-a frightened, and the Mafia and the Camorra right away both begin-a to use Black Hand.
"The Boy With the U.S. Census" by Francis Rolt-Wheeler