noun, plural car·nets [kahr-neyz; French kar-ne] /kɑrˈneɪz; French karˈnɛ/.
- carnegie unit,
- carnegie, andrew,
- carnegie, dale,
- carnic alps,
Origin of carnet
Examples from the Web for carnet
Near seven we reached the spot where we were to wait for Mr. Carnet, who came to us with a bullock he had purchased.
Carnet's report contained a plain statement of the facts, and of General Bernadotte's conduct.Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, Complete|Louis Antoine Fauvelet de Bourrienne
The brothers Carnet were regarding the two young men with pity.Chance in Chains|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
Mr Carnet desired us to have patience, and we should find some at the place where our caravan waited.
Several Moors accompanied Mr. Carnet, and every one was loaded.
- a customs licence authorizing the temporary importation of a motor vehicle
- an official document permitting motorists to cross certain frontiers