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warble

Vet science
1. a small lumpy abscess under the skin of cattle caused by infestation with larvae of the warble fly
2. a hard tumorous lump of tissue on a horse's back, caused by prolonged friction of a saddle
References in classic literature ?
And now, with my nerves already excited and half unstrung, I could not hear those words so sweetly warbled forth without some symptoms of emotion I was not able to suppress.
"We'll find it hard to bring attendances back because the opponents we're playing won't excite the public," warbled Roy.
Is there anyone on the planet who hasn't yet warbled a few bars of a ballad, greeted for their dead hamster, got a makeover and been on a "journey"?
In fact, Leanne Mitchell warbled her way to glory proving these things are never a given.
The unlikely duo has already warbled over a cover of The Lady Is A Tramp for Bennett's 2011 album Duets II.
Eight talented vocalists have warbled their way through to the final of a karaoke contest organised by the Ridley Park Hotel in Blyth.
Throughout the process, the turkey warbled softly but did not complain once, and she has now gone back with the other turkeys without a ruffled feather in sight.