noun, plural ca·ra·bi·nie·ri [kah-rah-bee-nye-ree; English kar-uh-bin-yair-ee] /ˌkɑ rɑ biˈnyɛ ri; English ˌkær ə bɪnˈyɛər i/. Italian.
Examples from the Web for carabiniere
Yes, and also, chimes in the carabiniere, the peasants don't want to work the land.
Once a carabiniere asked her where she was going, why she walked alone so in the disturbed city.The Furnace|Rose Macaulay
The carabiniere is soft and will go any way, though always with some interest.
She wrenched herself away, went up to the carabiniere, who stood at the corner, and spoke to him.Olive in Italy|Moray Dalton