burbly burbly

Definition(s):

  • (adj) uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Trying to describe the girls' burbly, lilting style of singing, Liberty's President Waronker says: "It's a certain infectious little sound they get.
  2. Broadway lore has numerous burbly stories of brave understudies suddenly being called in to take over, at which point a famous agent or director notices them and sends them on to .

News

  • Rainbow Passage

    Burbly vintage synth sounds, repeated arpeggios straight out of mid-period Reich/Glass high minimalism, trippy light show, mellow vocals, closed-eyed audience members…for one night, TBA 's late-night social hub The Works turned into That '70s Show when singer/composer/keyboardist Nick Hallett presented his multimedia Rainbow Passage . Only the incense and soft cushions were missing. The gloopy ...
    on September 17, 2013     Source: Willamette Week

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