Then, after a long wait, a man begins to play a song on a zither-like instrument, singing an exotic, warbling tune.
I can hear her now warbling her own rendition of "His Eye Is on the Sparrow."
And Christopher Walken warbling and doing a little soft-shoe?
It began in November when Paltrow slipped into a tiny dress and delivered a warbling performance at the CMA Awards.
A sweet voice, which seemed to come from a deep and tender soul, was warbling a plaintive little air, within.
There's a warbling waggoner in it, and his team jingling their bells.
Again that low, warbling sound, or series of sounds, seemingly from a distance of a few yards.
Very soon I heard a low, warbling sound which seemed quite near.
It was Nicetas's turn, and he flew past the target with his warbling scream, standing in the stirrups.
And whilst she was warbling the door of the salle opened and in walked Laurent.
c.1300, from Old North French werbler "to sing with trills and quavers," from Frankish *werbilon (cf. Old High German wirbil "whirlwind," German Wirbel "whirl, whirlpool, tuning peg, vertebra," Middle Dutch wervelen "to turn, whirl"); see whirl. The noun meaning "tune, melody" is recorded from c.1300. Related: Warbled; warbling.