Simple Definition of wind chime
: a collection of objects made from metal, glass, etc., that hang together from strings and touch each other to make a musical sound when they are blown by the wind
Full Definition of wind chime
: a cluster of small often sculptured pieces (as of metal or glass) suspended so as to chime when blown by the wind —usually used in plural
First Known Use of wind chime
Rhymes with wind chime
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Learn More about wind chime
Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "wind chime"
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