We have no meanings for "warbling to" in our records yet.
Somewhere near at hand a blackbird was warbling to his mate.
No, a woman, preaching and warbling to the people.
And still, I preferred to believe in that childish amateur, amusing himself with warbling to the moon.
Across the room, I was dimly conscious of a clock radio warbling to life and dying in a puff of smoke.
'A merchant in a moth-eaten bowler started warbling to a certain extent with me.
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