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chimed

verb as in ring, peal

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The changes are mostly subtle, as in the case of the newly recorded startup chime.

The sound rang out against the chime of the machine, and it was as if we’d become one.

And the bells chimed for victory at 1211 Avenue of the Americas.

"Perry" chimed in: "They don't want to take blame," he said of the police union attacking De Blasio.

Even Xi chimed in on the debate the other day by saying that the blue in ‘APEC blue’ should remain permanent.

“Lorena Bobbitt has committed the ultimate revolutionary act of contemporary feminism,” chimed Camille Paglia.

Her red-haired friend Svetlana chimed in, “Between two evils we choose Russia.”

Suddenly the clock in the big hall below chimed two upon its peal of silvery bells.

Out of doors was the Alpine glow, the evening bells chimed, the daughters of the sunbeams sang: "May the best thing happen!"

Miss S. chimed in with the Major; the neighborhood too seemed in the same tune.

"Yes, yes," chimed in May enthusiastically, in reference to the man and not to the slang.

"Oh, that's square," Marmot chimed in; and the others repeated the formula.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chimed, such as: sound, bell, clang, tinkle, boom, and toll.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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