Origin of warbler
Related Words for warblerartist, musician, voice, diva, soloist, crooner, vocalist, troubadour, songbird, songster, minstrel, artiste, chorister, accompanist, chanter, nightingale, chanteuse, intoner, melodist, serenader
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Contemporary Examples of warbler
She must have told her that dozens of species of warbler—all little and bright, with voices like flutes—came north every spring.One Year to Live
April 12, 2009
Historical Examples of warbler
"Perhaps it was a warbler or a thrush," I thought, and walked on.From Pole to Pole
Sven Anders Hedin
Wilson's Warbler is a common spring and probably fall migrant in Coahuila.
Audubon's Warbler is a common winter visitant and migrant in Coahuila.
One of the most delightful of these hermits is the Kentucky warbler.
What an enigma the Tennessee warbler for a long time remained to me!
agent noun from warble (v.). Applied to Old World songbirds by 1773 and to North American birds that look like them but sing little by 1783.