We have no meanings for "warbled in" in our records yet.
A mocking bird warbled in a tree by the porch.
When Cal Emmett, probably thinking of Miss Satterly's little book, pensively warbled in his ear:
I jumped when Ryan's cell warbled in his hand.
The whole is warbled in such a manner as to produce upon the ear the effect of harmony.
The birds alone, as being more nearly akin to the feeling of the scene, warbled in the boughs.
Pigeons warbled in the roof groins.
The sun played upon the water, the birds warbled in the groves, and the gales quivered among the branches.
I readied myself for another attack, but Tlitoo warbled in welcome as the new ravens spiraled down to us.
The robin red-breast from his fading bower of hawthorns warbled in the early dawn of the cold, bright, autumnal day.
They had wandered out together that morning, repeating such a hymn of love as the birds warbled in the branches.
Innocence and love breathed in the air and murmured in the woods, and warbled in the liquid flowing of the brooks.
A chorus of soft voices warbled in conversation on the stairs as a band of graceful ladies tripped up to their several apartments.
It was a beautiful morning; the dew glistened on the green leaves, the sun shone bright and warm, the birds warbled in the trees.
The man was breathless, and behind him, the light warbled in just a way for Rudolfo to see the vague form of a magicked scout.
A thrush warbled in a hedge close by, and the doves on the farmhouse gables spread their white wings to the late sunlight, cooing amorously.
"Master James, come back from his first year of schooling, he has," he warbled in his bullfrog voice.
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