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The answer CHIMES has 27 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of chimes in various dictionaries:
noun - a percussion instrument consisting of a set of tuned bells that are struck with a hammer
verb - emit a sound
verb - to ring harmoniously
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Set of bells|
|Sounds the hour|
|Interjects, with ''in''|
|Clock tower sounds|
|Bell sounds, as fitted to front door|
|Sounds of a bell|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Plural form of chime.|
|Third-person singular simple present indicative form of chime.|
|the projecting rim at the end of a cask.|
|a bell or a metal bar or tube, tuned and used in a set to produce a melodious series of ringing sounds when struck.|
|(of a bell or clock) make melodious ringing sounds, typically to indicate the time.|
|A bell or a metal bar or tube, tuned and used in a set to produce a melodious series of ringing sounds when struck.|
|Be in agreement with.|
|The projecting rim at the end of a cask.|
Tubular bells (also known as chimes) are musical instruments in the percussion family. Their sound resembles that of church bells, carillon, or a bell tower; the original tubular bells were made to duplicate the sound of church bells within an ensemble. Each bell is a metal tube, 3038 mm (1 141 12 in) in diameter, tuned by altering its length. Its standard range is C4F5, though many professional instruments reach G5. Tubular bells are often replaced by studio chimes, which are a smaller and usually less expensive instrument. Studio chimes are similar in appearance to tubular bells, but each bell has a smaller diameter than the corresponding bell on tubular bells.|
* Tubular bells are sometimes struck on the top edge of the tube with a rawhide- or plastic-headed hammer. Often, a sustain pedal will be attached to allow extended ringing of the bells. They can also be bowed at the bottom of the tube to produce a very loud, very high-pitched overtone.
* The tubes used provide a purer tone than s