Usage examples for trilled

  1. A robin trilled its sweet, sad song to her from a frosted bough. – Antony Gray,--Gardener by Leslie Moore
  2. Evangeline's laugh trilled out once more. – Miss Theodosia's Heartstrings by Annie Hamilton Donnell
  3. Now, when all is said and considered, a large admiration is due and much should be forgiven Miss Violet Hawtry, who, as half- starved Maggie Murphy, had darted out of the gutter into the back stage- door at the age of fifteen, snapped her huge violet eyes with their fringes of black, trilled a vulgar, Irish street song in accompaniment to sundry provocative swayings of her lissome, maturing young body, and thus had made enough impression on her world to hang on by the tips of her fingers until she dropped into the outstretched arms of Mr. Godfrey Vandeford, who was prowling around Weehawken and the vicinity for just such ripe fruit as she when he was casting his first musical girl- show for the purpose of some violent excitement after a snowed- in winter in the Klondike. – Blue-grass and Broadway by Maria Thompson Daviess