What is another word for warbler?

200 synonyms found


[ wˈɔːblə], [ wˈɔːblə], [ w_ˈɔː_b_l_ə]

The term "warbler" refers to any small, singing bird from the family of Sylviidae, which includes over 400 species. Some of the common synonyms for warbler are songbird, thrush, finch, and canary. Other synonyms used for warbler include chiffchaff, redstart, wagtail, and yellowhammer. Some of the popular warblers include the blackcap, the garden warbler, and the willow warbler. These birds are known for their melodious songs and vibrant plumage, adding color and beauty to the natural world. Whether you call them warblers, songbirds or other names, they remain the beloved and iconic birds that people enjoy seeing and hearing.

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    • Proper noun, singular

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Usage examples for Warbler

That wild tale hath no meaning here, Thou warbler from afar.
"The Bride of Fort Edward"
Delia Bacon
We have a little Yiddish feller in it too, You know, Julie, the one who slips me his bacon every mornin; when he ain't soldierin, he runs a little gents furnishin store on 8th Avenoo; he's some warbler too, but persists in allus wantin to sing "Keep the home fires Burnin."
"Love Letters of a Rookie to Julie"
Barney Stone
Gladys looked down at the little warbler.
"Jewel's Story Book"
Clara Louise Burnham

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