verb (used without object), bur·bled, bur·bling.
- burbank, luther,
- burbidge, margaret,
- burchfield, charles,
Origin of burble
Examples from the Web for burble
There was no wind, and except for the burble of the stream and the call of the birds all was still in the forest.The New Gulliver and Other Stories|Barry Pain
I even test my burble on poor Sister every week before sending it in.The Book of Susan|Lee Wilson Dodd
With a burble of insane, twittering glee, he went into action.Master of the Moondog|Stanley Mullen
Meanwhile the author of the latest explanation went from house to house to burble the news in the company of his two witnesses.The Passionate Elopement|Compton Mackenzie
Word Origin for burble
"make a bubbling sound," c.1300, imitative. Related: Burbled; burbling.