Christabel

Christabel, a fragmentary poem of Coleridge's; characterised by Stopford Brooke as, for “exquisite metrical movement and for imaginative phrasing,” along with “Kubla Khan,” without a rival in the language.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Christ Church * Christadelphians
Cholula
Chopin
Chorley
Chorus
Chosroës I.
Chouans
Chrétien
Chriemhilde
Chrisaor
Christ Church
Christabel
Christadelphians
Christchurch
Christian
Christian Connection
Christian King, the Most
Christian Knowledge, Society for Promoting
Christiania
Christianity
Christiansand
Christie, William Henry Mahoney

Nearby

Christabel in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable