- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chime.
“Then Justin chimed into the IRC conversation, and said this problem sounds strange, it still sounds like a dead battery problem to him.”
“Mr. Stein chimed back in: "We are suggesting a new idea of peer review that is fundamentally similar, in that it is an exchange among peers, but that is in the open," he said.”
“Zahi Hawass I can think of lots of other things to call him, all unflattered takes on his name chimed in about "respect" for the dead.”
“Becky, slim and small, with her hair peaked up to a topknot, Becky in pale blue, Becky as fair as her string of imitation pearls, Becky in the golden haze of the softly illumined room, Becky, Becky Bannister -- the name chimed in his ears.”
“Down came Mary on the opening chord; down came all those left hands, beating the air, and in chimed those young, mournful voices: –”
“Half-past six chimed from a small clock on a bracket.”
“Now nothing, to a common observer, could be less à-propos than Bronze’s foregoing speech was to Miss Milvar; but the name chimed in so pleasantly with the agreeable dreams, that Sir Philip thought the l’on dit quite à-propos also.”
“But again Terry called heads, and again the coin chimed, steadied, and showed the Grecian goddess.”
“I'd have used "chimed" which is what a carillon normally does.”
“The New York Times," not unexpectedly, kind of chimed in.”
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Music and lyrics Â©1976 by Gordon Lightfoot
The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down
of the big lake they called "Gitche Gumee."
The lake, it is said, never gives up ...
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