chime in with


: to add (one's comment or opinion) to a conversation or discussion that one has been listening to
He kept chiming in with his opinions.
: to be in agreement or harmony with (something)
The illustrations chimed in perfectly with the story.

Examples of chime in with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Her team starts to half-jokingly chime in with ideas of what needs to happen for Rexha to go big with Bebe. Tomás Mier, Rolling Stone, 26 Apr. 2023 Today show fans wasted no time taking to the comments section for both Al's Instagram and Deborah's tweet to chime in with their thoughts. Annie O’Sullivan, Good Housekeeping, 9 Oct. 2022 Stars like Lionel Richie and Kelsea Ballerini chime in with their thoughts on Shania's significant impact on the music industry. Katie Bowlby, Country Living, 26 July 2022 On Twitch telecasts, there is a chat room to the right of the game action that gives viewers the opportunity to chime in with instant comments throughout the games. Rick Menning,, 24 Mar. 2021 Of course, Lanez used the opportunity to chime in with his version of events, painting the shooting, which required Megan Thee Stallion to have surgery, out to be a catfight between friends. Ashley Shannon Wu, Vulture, 23 Feb. 2022 Her fans were quick to chime in with supportive words. Katie Bowlby, Country Living, 2 Aug. 2021 Even an older generation of Asian home cooks — from Vietnam to China to the Philippines — chime in with stories of scouring a store’s pasta section to engineer dishes from their homeland. Jess Eng, Washington Post, 27 July 2022 Of course, fans were happy to chime in with their well wishes. Katie Bowlby, Country Living, 18 Sep. 2021

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