If she had been a singing-bird she would have trilled to the piano; but she had not a note of music.
I stood there dizzy, watching it die while Tweel trilled and whistled.
It trilled with a silvery sweetness and was repeated over and over again.
"But we filled his bottle with luck," trilled the silvery lady upstairs.
She trilled like a thrush, or a linnet, or any bird that goes in largely for trilling.
At other times Keats' "Nightingale" trilled in the twilight.
Were here because were here, trilled Captain Muriel Harding.
She bounced up, and trilled, "Shall we take the pop-corn in to them now?"
Half-shed tears glistened in her eyes, but there was also a radiant look there which trilled his heart with unspeakable joy.
Nisana trilled an order to Abara, who rode the colossal bulk of Mister Johnson at the head of the line.