verb (intr, adverb) informal
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Words nearby chime in
Idioms and Phrases with chime in
Join in harmoniously or in unison, either literally (with music) or figuratively (joining a conversation to express agreement). For example, In this passage I want the altos to chime in with the tenors, or When Mary agreed, her sister chimed in that she'd join her. The literal usage was first recorded in 1681, the figurative in 1838.
chime in with. Be in agreement or compatible with, as in His views chime in with the paper's editorial stance. [Early 1700s]