One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘‘Yes, you do that,’ Doreen chimed in eagerly’
interject, interpose, intervene, interrupt, butt in, cut in, break in, join in, join the conversation
British informal chip in, add one's pennyworth
2‘some of his remarks chimed in with the ideas of Adam Smith’
accord, correspond, be consistent, be compatible, agree, be in agreement, be in accordance, fit in, be in harmony, harmonize, be in tune, be consonant, be similar
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