Did you perhaps mean warbling?
- n. Plural form of warbling.
“Piazza, New York Catcher" featured an admirer's warblings about a beefcake ballplayer.”
“Piazza, New York Catcher" featured an admirer's lusty warblings about a beefcakey ballplayer.”
“There were warblings that a film spinoff of the TV show was a possibility, but then Joss Weldon got busy I guess.”
“The Baltimore beatboxer Shodekeh spends his days mimicking sounds with his voice, coaxing all manner of drumbeats, sandpaper scrapings, didgeridoo warblings and a seemingly impossible variety of percussive rhythms from his vocal cords.”
“There's also some smart musical humour at work, particularly in the use of Sigur Rós's weird warblings, which do indeed sound as though they have drifted ashore from some ethereal underworld kingdom.”
“Might have helped if the warblings of his headline act – Carla Bruni, aka Mrs Nicolas Sarkozy – had sold a few more albums too.”
“You'll know it by Dappy's recurring "Na na, na-ay" and by Tulisa's cod-operatic warblings.”
“In summary, it's someone riding up Mont Ventoux for awhile while being filmed from a car, set against the plaintive warblings of somebody on Thorazine:”
“Now, his modern-day equivalent can't go anywhere without a bottle of Poland Spring and an iPod so he can listen to the neutered warblings of Sufjan Stevens.”
“And yet while I can't call myself a particularly good judge of what makes one opera good and another bad, I must say I found the nauseating operatic warblings in The Eternity Man to be an insufferable mess.”
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Words & Music by John Blackburn & Karl Suessdorf, 1943. (I *just* noticed, after hearing this song dozens of times over the years, that the verses are haikus.)
Pennies in a stream
Looking for tweets for warblings.