- v. present participle of warble.
- n. A sound that warbles.
“He heard a pair of water rails (Rallus aquaticus) warbling from the lake beyond a grove, and he said with the voice of a commentator on a recording of wild birds: "They are water rails".”
“That is called warbling, or trilling, or trolling, or something.”
“One person noticed "warbling" in the background, that is likely the binaural beat that is encoded into the background music.”
“He utters his usual notes at all times of the year; but in the early part of summer he is addicted to a very low but pleasant kind of warbling, considerably varied, and wanting only more loudness and precision to entitle him to a rank with the singing-birds.”
“Comments: I can't remember anything about this one other than "warbling" which I've written in my notes next to it.”
“Danny belted out the chorus, "He might be thinking of things that might have been," warbling "might" through three different notes and holding out "been" on a long, high note of missed opportunities.”
“Eduardo Miranda shuts the door of his study, leaving two "warbling" robots to their own devices.”
“Sure, viewers sit through season after season of God-awful warbling on DioGuardi's old show American Idol, but on Platinum Hit, contestants are not only shaky singers, they're all performing their own half-baked, unproven material.”
“Her new album, The Party Ain't Over, features Jackson warbling her way through songs originally recorded by everyone from Bob Dylan to Amy Winehouse, chosen and produced by White.”
“He heard his Gramma singing, soft, so that he could barely hear, in a warbling, shaking voice.”
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