plural noun, singular Car·bo·na·ro [kahr-buh-nahr-oh; Italian kahr-baw-nah-raw] /ˌkɑr bəˈnɑr oʊ; Italian ˌkɑr bɔˈnɑ rɔ/. European History.
Origin of Carbonari
Examples from the Web for carbonari
Although the revolt in 1820 tossed King Ferdinand off the throne, the Carbonari never amounted to much.Poet and Rake, Lord Byron Was Also an Interventionist With Brains and Savvy|Michael Weiss|February 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Henceforth he was banned by the Cousinhood, and incurred a wrath and vengeance as implacable as that of the Carbonari.Lord Chatham|Archibald Phillip Primrose Rosebery
Here his oath as Carbonari sealed his lips, and his hesitation was taken as additional proof.
The chief motive of the Emperor Napoleon was the fear of his old allies the Carbonari.The Greville Memoirs (Third Part) Volume II (of II)|Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville
Nevertheless, I will endeavor to repeat here what I heard concerning the initiation of a Carbonari.
An hour later Naundorff sat surrounded by the three Carbonari, to whom he had related his entire history.The Mystery of the Lost Dauphin|Emilia Pardo Bazn