christabel owned to finding a certain emptiness in life without her lover.
It was like the witch-lady in christabel, 'beautiful exceedingly.'
You see christabel Pankhurst has been turned down as a barrister.
At this moment the door opened and Miss christabel appeared.
I thought that was your idea—you said christabel grubbed so.
Compare Coleridge's description of christabel's room: christabel, i. 175-83.
But on the whole I am rather disposed to suggest a different origin for christabel.
"Hold on a minute, Don John," shouted some one from the christabel.
The christabel and the ship she was guarding started to rejoin the main convoy, entirely satisfied with the afternoon's work.
Other company—her Aunt Alice excepted—was rather a trial than a pleasure to christabel.