Noun(1) a lumpy abscess under the hide of domestic mammals caused by larvae of a botfly or warble fly
Verb(1) sing or play with trills, alternating with the half note above or below(2) sing by changing register; sing by yodeling
(1) The episode is simply a lot of fun, as Fred and Barney unknowingly get help from Ann-Margaret in auditioning for a show she is putting on, and she even gets to warble a pair of songs herself.(2) The only way tell is by the sound of Johnston's voice - his tenor warble appears in various stages of refinement on the fourteen tracks here.(3) the warble of the phone(4) According to these battle-scarred veterans, the best way to get rid of a larva is to plaster a thick piece of bacon on your skin above the breathing hole of a larva's warble .(5) Not a single warble , tweet, or chirp can be heard - nothing but the faint buzz of insects, the passing hum of a distant airplane, and the hushed rustle of the wind.(6) Across the river birds warble in the bush - wood pigeons, tui and native parrots flit among the nikau palms and kahikatea.(7) The B - 52's chirp and warble their way through an energetic three-song set as only they can.(8) After more than forty years on the road, Ronnie Drew can still warble a song, tell a yarn and play an audience as he proved in the wonderful atmosphere of Stage 2 in The Forum on Saturday night last.(9) He was singing; the song was a buzzy warble followed by a trill.(10) In fact, I'm probably pretty close to how old Jessel was back then, when he'd be dragged out of mothballs to warble outmoded old songs in that peculiar nasal delivery of his.(11) In the singing department, his Bolan-esque warble is as expressive as it is idiosyncratic and lyrically, I somehow can't see him being one to slave over a couplet.(12) Or those interminable songs delivered with an earnest warble to three chords on a guitar that warned a complacent world that ├ö├ç├┐the new times are a-comin├ö├ç├û.(13) through the wall came a faint warble(14) As the weather heats up this summer, frog song may be as easy to hear as bird warbling .(15) Then a turf cutter sat on the side of the bank and ate his repost to the song of the Lark, as it warbled above him in the clear sky.(16) That time of year when the soul can't help but be gladdened by the returning flocks of small, colourful creatures darting about the streets and lawns of Cambridge, warbling incomprehensibly.
2. yodel ::
Different Formswarble, warbled, warbles, warbling
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