NBC Washington bureau chief Mark Whitaker chimed in: “A star is born.”
“One of the smartest Republicans up there,” Wolf Blitzer chimed in.
Even California Attorney General Jerry Brown, who is running for governor, chimed in.
Even Xi chimed in on the debate the other day by saying that the blue in ‘APEC blue’ should remain permanent.
With the exception of Bruce Dern, everybody had experimented with the drug and chimed in with script ideas.
All right, chimed in both boys, you tell us what to do and well do it.
In the darkness she sat up listening until the quarter chimed.
"You can bet Bart would draw a sigh of relief if we did," chimed in the inventor.
"If wishing will do it, we've won already," chimed in Laura.
"The question does credit to your wit," chimed in the voice of darkness.
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.
mid-14c., chyme, from chime (n.). Originally of metal, etc.; of voices from late 14c. To chime in originally was musical, "join harmoniously;" of conversation by 1838. Related: Chimed; chiming.