trill

Part of speech: verb

To sing or sound tremulously.

Part of speech: noun

A tremulous utterance; shake; quaver.

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Usage examples "trill":

  1. I learned my trill this way. - "In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875.", L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone.
  2. A low, pleasant laugh, like the soft trill of a muffled music box, greeted my statement. - "Cupid's Middleman", Edward B. Lent.
  3. Her voice, it almost seemed, carried on the trill and music of the lark. - "The Promise of Air", Algernon Blackwood.