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And even Willy Bartlett chimed in with an unemotional: "Good work!"
There was a freedom and freshness in the sound and in the time, which chimed exactly with his mood.
"I 'll guard it like goold, sir; that you may depend on," chimed in the landlord.
"A gallant soldier, I have heard," chimed in Classon, merely to lead him on.
"I'll tell you how they do it, sir," chimed in Father Maher.
"The house will certainly be closed," chimed in the young ladies.
"Declared he 'd break every bone in his body," chimed in Brand.
"No, no; I cannot agree to go that far," chimed in Sir Arthur.
"We 'll call them up for judgment, however," chimed in O'Halloran.
"Pink champagne, and red-coats to drink it," chimed in the ensign.
c.1300, chymbe "cymbal," from Old English cymbal, cimbal, also perhaps through Old French chimbe or directly from Latin cymbalum (see cymbal, the modern word for what this word originally meant). Evidently the word was misinterpreted as chymbe bellen (c.1300) and its sense shifted to "chime bells," a meaning attested from mid-15c.