How to use chimed in in a sentence

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A couple of kids chimed in and their voices were lost in a huge mumble of slurred vowels and consonances in my scrambled brain.
At 11.30 am sharp, Big Ben chimed in the background and they began their slow march with the Queen Mother's coffin through the Great West Door.
Just as I turned toward Aircraft Issue, the squadron ops officer chimed in.
During the bridge for the latter, the MCs chimed in on kazoos to the audience's surprise and delight.
It was a thesis that chimed in seamlessly with the awakening consciousness of women's liberation.
This isn't the first time he has chimed in with a blazing hot take.
Everyone chimed in, and clinked the neck of their bottles together.
A clock chimed in the distance, its final count ending at eleven strokes.
Fifteen minutes later the great bell of St. Peter's Basilica began tolling and all the church bells in Rome chimed in, leaving no doubt that a pope had been elected.
Mitt Romney chimed in from the campaign trail to praise the nonbinding document.
The young woman's male counterpart quickly chimed in, interrupting her.
Since we were right there, we chimed in with some loudspeaker support to let the Iraqis know what it was we were attempting to do.
Examples from Classical Literature
Several other women also chimed in, with an animus which none of them would have been so fatuous as to show but for the rollicking evening they had passed.
But the incident chimed in so oddly with her previous fancies about the Colonel and the Judge, that, for the moment, it seemed quite to mingle their identity.
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