Thesaurus / warbled
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He obliged first, and warbled some ghastly affair which aimed at being nautical in sentiment.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
You stepped along like Hoky, my pal, and that's why I whistled; and you warbled the answer like a mockingbird.
BLACKSHEEP! BLACKSHEEP!MEREDITH NICHOLSON
But in soft low tones they warbled the most plaintive songs.
I burst into song and warbled and whistled, and whistled and warbled.
THE CHILD'S WORLDHETTY BROWNE, SARAH WITHERS, W.K. TATE
The male followed them about, and warbled and called, but whether deprecatingly or encouragingly, I could not tell.
A YEAR IN THE FIELDSJOHN BURROUGHS
Oh, that glorious land, those rivers of delight—those trees and flowers, and warbled songs—that paradise of living praise!
MARK HURDLESTONESUSANNA MOODIE
He thrust back his head and warbled a laugh worthy of the mad-scene in Lucia.
THE AZURE ROSEREGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFMAN
For all these children took to singing as naturally as birds do, and warbled before they could speak.
"And I will sing you my merriest songs to cheer you by the way," warbled a thrush, circling lovingly round her head.
It smiled at me in my little convent chamber, played among the flowers which I cherished, warbled with the birds that I loved.
THE NEWCOMESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY