verb (used without object), war·bled, war·bling.
verb (used with object), war·bled, war·bling.
Origin of warble1
Definition for warble (2 of 2)
noun Veterinary Pathology.
Origin of warble2
Examples from the Web for warble
For these run even together; and warble forth their musical Notes most sweetly.The School of Recreation (1684 edition)|Robert Howlett
Or sweetest Shakespeare, Fancy's child, Warble his native wood-notes wild.Familiar Quotations|Various
It was a fat and pink and lovely Warble who at last trotted back with Petticoat's order.
"You're a hummer, Warble," Petticoat said, as they went back up stairs.
I've heard 'em warble in every city in the United States; and I tell you your vocal output don't go.Options|O. Henry