- an eight-foot flute stop on an organ
C19: from Latin clāra, feminine of clārus clear + bella, feminine of bellus beautiful
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Clarabella, klar-a-bel′a, n. an organ-stop of a sweet fluty tone.
Clarabella wouldnt let her stay thar another minute, anan I wouldnt neither.
Mary chose a string of blue beads that Margaret sometimes wore, and Clarabella a pink sash that she found in a trunk.
They couldnt keep that, course; but Clarabella wrote they want moren one or two blocks from the Alley.
"You may both have what you like, because you were so kind to my little lost Clarabella," said Mrs. Hen.Uncle Wiggily's Travels</p>
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