noun war·bler \ˈwr-blər\

: any one of many different kinds of small singing birds that live in America and Europe

Full Definition of WARBLER

:  one that warbles :  singer, songster
a :  any of numerous small chiefly Old World oscine birds (family Sylviidae) many of which are noted songsters and are closely related to the thrushes
b :  any of numerous small brightly colored American oscine birds (family Parulidae) with a usually weak and unmusical song —called also wood warbler

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