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 carbonaro
The Carbonaro chiefs kept at arm's-length younger men, whose energy might have made up for their own unforwardness.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
Suspected of being a Carbonaro, he had been arrested and put in prison.A Short History of Italy|Henry Dwight Sedgwick
The Carbonaro glided along the solitary street of Louvois and made his way amid a group of lackeys.The Mystery of the Lost Dauphin|Emilia Pardo Bazn
Emperor and king, jacobin and carbonaro, alike cherished him.Tancred|Benjamin Disraeli
The scene of the story was laid in one of the principalities of Italy, in the bygone days of the Carbonaro conspiracies.Little Novels|Wilkie Collins