It was as if a cold wind, a blast from the charnel-house, had swept through the car.
This first impression ever remained in my mind: I regarded it as a charnel-house.
Death felt it to his inwards: 'twas too much: Death fell a weeping in his charnel-house.
The drawer was a charnel-house of gloves and mittens and veils.
A curious early fifteenth-century rhyme is associated with this charnel-house.
They all play a part in the game, reducing the body in time to a charnel-house.
He could only feel on his cheek the breath of the spring in the darkness of the charnel-house.
Neither must you ever show bones or guts, or any other charnel-house stuff.
Were my thoughts of Isora to be henceforth bounded to the charnel-house and the worm?
They have thrown me into the charnel-house because they believed me dead!