chimed

Chime vs Chimed - What's the difference?

chime | chimed |


As verbs the difference between chime and chimed

is that chime is to make the sound of a chime while chimed is (chime).

As a noun chime

is (musical instruments) a musical instrument producing a sound when struck, similar to a bell (eg a tubular metal bar) or actually a bell often used in the plural to refer to the set: the chimes or chime can be a chine; the edge of a cask.

Chided vs Chimed - What's the difference?

chided | chimed |


As verbs the difference between chided and chimed

is that chided is (chide) or chided can be while chimed is (chime).

Terms vs Chimed - What's the difference?

terms | chimed |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb chimed is

(chime).

Chimed vs Chirmed - What's the difference?

chimed | chirmed |


As verbs the difference between chimed and chirmed

is that chimed is (chime) while chirmed is (chirm).

Chimed vs Chined - What's the difference?

chimed | chined |


As a verb chimed

is (chime).

As an adjective chined is

pertaining to, or having, a chine, or backbone; used in composition.

Chimer vs Chimed - What's the difference?

chimer | chimed |


As a noun chimer

is a bell that chimes.

As a verb chimed is

(chime).

Chimped vs Chimed - What's the difference?

chimped | chimed |


As verbs the difference between chimped and chimed

is that chimped is (chimp) while chimed is (chime).

Chimed vs Chimes - What's the difference?

chimed | chimes |


As verbs the difference between chimed and chimes

is that chimed is (chime) while chimes is (chime).

As a noun chimes is

.