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Synonyms for chime

Synonyms for chime

to give forth or cause to give forth a clear, resonant sound

to be compatible or in correspondence

chime in: to interject remarks or questions into another's discourse

Synonyms for chime

a percussion instrument consisting of a set of tuned bells that are struck with a hammer

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Midlothian Council said: "We are investigating a noise complaint regarding bells chiming at a former church on Old Edinburgh Road, Dalkeith.
Reflecting on Gordon's interesting conspiracy theory, I suppose you can add in the hundreds of apartment dwellers who are now within chiming distance of one of our greatest buildings.
Having considered various viewpoints from local people who feel strongly about the clock's importance to the heritage of the town, we have decided we shall not pursue the matter any further and will respectfully retract our complaint about its night time chiming.
Churchwarden Pam Prince said: "The village loves to hear it chiming.
If a person lived near Big Ben in London and complained about it chiming, would the authorities stop it overnight?
Mr Riggott, who has lived in Buckshaw Village, Lancs, since 2011, said: "For a number of weeks now there has been constant chiming.