She bounced up, and trilled, "Shall we take the pop-corn in to them now?"
If she had been a singing-bird she would have trilled to the piano; but she had not a note of music.
So I trilled out a low whistle, and when I heard them coming, I ducked myself in the creek.
I stood there dizzy, watching it die while Tweel trilled and whistled.
The free fantasy is full of storm and stress, with a fierce pedal-point on the trilled leading-tone.
"But we filled his bottle with luck," trilled the silvery lady upstairs.
She trilled out an old English ditty, "When Love was young," first simply, and then with variations.
Wollaston said something, and Maria laughed an inane little giggle which was still musical, and trilled through the car.
He cocked his tail and trilled and sang as though indignant that any one in the house should be up as early as he.
He say deys er good little boy in h-y-a-h, trilled Phyllis, imitating the roosters crow.
1640s, from Italian trillio, triglio "a quavering or warbling in singing," probably of imitative origin. The verb is 1660s, from Italian trillare "to quaver, trill." Related: Trilled; trilling.