tweedle

[ tweed-l ]
/ ˈtwid l /

verb (used without object), twee·dled, twee·dling.

to produce high-pitched, modulated sounds, as a singer, bird, or musical instrument.
to perform lightly upon a musical instrument.

verb (used with object), twee·dled, twee·dling.

to lure by or as by music: The Pied Piper tweedled the children into following him.

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Origin of tweedle

First recorded in 1675–85; imitative
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