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Chime in with

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Chime in with to agree, or fall in with
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
M. E. chimbe, prob. O. Fr. cymbale—L. cymbalum, a cymbal.

Usage

In literature:

The Italian's florid manner chimed in with his own French, gesticulating, mercurial notions of art.
"Art in England" by Dutton Cook
Miss S. chimed in with the Major; the neighborhood too seemed in the same tune.
"Tristram of Blent" by Anthony Hope
It all chimes in with what we've just been saying.
"The Woman in Black" by Edmund Clerihew Bentley
The advice of the women chimed in with my own mood.
"The King's Mirror" by Anthony Hope
Tom's weird theory chimed in with his own feelings.
"The Border Watch" by Joseph A. Altsheler
This interpretation chimes in with the Divine Word, without twisting and distorting to make both ends meet.
"The Lost Ten Tribes, and 1882" by Joseph Wild
My old stepdad would chime in with you if he were here.
"That Girl Montana" by Marah Ellis Ryan
There as a degree of duplicity in the course proposed that chimed in with her humour.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, Number 361, November, 1845." by Various
And chiming in with the music came the far-off roar of the ocean.
"Little Folks (October 1884)" by Various
Though chanted in all earnestness this grave-yard ditty chimed not in with the joyous temper of the company.
"Romance of Roman Villas" by Elizabeth W. (Elizbeth Williams) Champney
On the contrary, it chimed in with his own inclinations.
"Our Young Folks, Vol 1, No. 1" by Various
Your father's wishes in the Pressburg Treaty, As far as that went, chimed with those of Austria.
"L'Aiglon" by Edmond Rostand
Several clocks were chiming midnight in the distance; he listened with a queer sense of fatalism.
"The Phantom Lover" by Ruby M. Ayres
Another of Cospatric's tastes was one I could chime in with more readily.
"The Recipe for Diamonds" by Charles John Cutcliffe Wright Hyne
My marriage and the presumably necessary honeymoon chime in with the summer vacation.
"The Kempton-Wace Letters" by Jack London
There was a gold stop watch in a hunter case, with a chime and a coat-of-arms.
"Captain Macedoine's Daughter" by William McFee
There were many points, too, in which it chimed in with her notions.
"The Daltons, Volume I (of II) Or,Three Roads In Life" by Charles James Lever
It was the sort of thing that chimed in with his mood of modest satisfaction.
"Command" by William McFee
These things chime in with my peculiar humor, and I do not grudge to pay for them.
"International Short Stories" by Various
He hurrahed merrily with the crowd, he chimed in with the cry: To arms!
"Through Night to Light" by Friedrich Spielhagen
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In poetry:

And I read and read by the firelight,
Till quick and clear as chimes
The man himself is with me,
And is talking to me in rhymes:
"He Came From A Land" by Alexander Anderson
The chimes of bells were in the air,
And sounds of mirth in hall and street,
With pealing laughter everywhere
And throb of dancing feet:
"The Old Year And The New" by James Whitcomb Riley
Shame to the foes that drown
Our psalms of worship with their impious drum,
The sweetest chimes in all the land lie dumb
In some far rustic town.
"Christmas" by Henry Timrod
Melody wakes with the gleaming drops
Rain-bells chime in the tangled copse,
And from the meadows all grey with heat
Sounds the patter of fairy feet.
"June Rain" by David Gow
Not ere the bitter herb we taste,
Which ages thought of happy times,
To plant us in a weeping waste,
Rings with our fellows this one heart
Accordant chimes.
"The Lesson of Grief" by George Meredith
White Christmas days…… star studded nights,
the heavens filled with northern Lights,
warm evenings in the summertime,
an old brass cowbells homely chime.
"I think Of Mother" by Edna Jacues

In news:

Right now in the three-way race for the Democratic nomination, it is a discordant duet sung in the key of B negative by Michelle Lujan Grisham and Eric Griego, with Marty Chavez chiming in on the chorus, but staying out of the crossfire.
Mike Mayock gives his opinions on draft prospects & I chime in with mine.
When I surveyed these teachers this past fall about some of the most common misconceptions their students have with respect to evolution, they all chimed in – "humans come from monkeys".
A homemade wind chime with the word "Whining" under a red slash is made from metal parts put in his leg after a parachute accident.
Readers chime in with their thoughts.
Storage Supersite readers chime in with their observations about the vulnerability of bare-naked optical media, and Editor David Morgenstern offers some hints about keeping discs fresh and functional.
The unions have howled about it for years, and the press chimes in regularly with bushels of bad news on the topic.
The Adapted Melody Chime Ensemble in Columbia, which uses a specific method of learning through instruments, is intended for players with special needs.
Texas Tech players were among the first to chime in with comments about the surprising departure of Tommy Tuberville for Cincinnati.
PULLMAN — No sooner had public address announcer Glenn Johnson announced the final score of Sunday afternoon's basketball game at Washington State — "Cougars 59, Fresno State 50" — than a cynic along press row chimed in with a comment.
Everyone seemed to want to join in the fun, and many chimed in with some interesting comments on Facebook.
Execs chime in with their thoughts on multiplayer deal involving Rays and Royals.
It seems several of our blog topics right now are dealing with the 80s and, since I'm a fan, I thought I'd chime in.
Lamelas, whom CIFO singled out this year with an achievement commission for his pioneering contributions over the past 30 years, chimes in with a suite of photos and three films shown on old-fangled projectors isolated in a back room.
Wrap up the show with callers chiming in on the Wizards trade.
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In science:

For a brief moment there was also only one variable galactic TeV source attributable to a neutron star binary, but very shortly after Aharonian et al. (2005) reported B1259-63 (which orbits a Be star), Albert et al. (2006) chimed in with LSI +61 303.
Astrophysics in 2006
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