noun, plural car·bo·na·dos, car·bo·na·does.
Origin of carbonado1
Definition for carbonado (2 of 2)
noun, plural car·bo·na·does, car·bo·na·dos.
verb (used with object), car·bo·na·doed, car·bo·na·do·ing.
Examples from the Web for carbonado
Three per cent a monththat was exactly what the Carbonado Company was paying.
Extensive mines are worked at Carbonado, and test shafts have been opened at a few localities near the trail which we followed.
The rocks from Carbonado to Carbon River crossing are coal bearing.
She answered all the inquiries that their questionnaires put to her; omitting any reference to the Carbonado Mining Company.
No man in England durst say so much—I would flay him, carbonado him!The Adventures of Roderick Random|Tobias Smollett