Definitions

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  • n. A bell that chimes
  • n. A person who rings chimes on bells

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who chimes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who chimes.

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Examples

  • Thanks so much to all the readers and commenters, both regulars and one-time-only chimer-inners, who made this blog such a joy to do, week after week--I've loved hearing what everybody has to say, and your observations and perspectives have made reading 52 a lot more fun for me.

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  • He'd heard recordings taken from the famed chimer quartet in Geneva Garden.

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  • And he knew that only one thing could produce such an over -, powering wealth of sound-a chimer tree forest.

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  • It was the estimated number of chimer trees multiplied by some abstract figures.

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  • The chimer tree, a mature specimen of which would fetch perhaps a hundred thousand credits.

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  • Katie ran her hand up and down the bole of a young chimer that grew almost into the cabinet, then moved her hands over the dials and switches within.

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  • More important, the major trees were an astonishing fifty-percent chimer.

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  • Few people now alive have heard the sound of a chimer forest except on old recordings.

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  • It can't climb, but it's about the only critter with strong enough teeth to crack a chimer nut.

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  • She brushed a few drops from her lashes as the sweet little chimer rang out ten bells; she began to grow heart-sick with her thoughts; her limbs ached with stiffness, and she began a gentle walk up and down the room.

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