5David, as always, chimed in with the last word when he gave Grace and Diane the “Fashion Train Wreck of the Year” award.
Here, it just means 'joined in'.
When father suggested going to the shore for the vocation, the whole family chimed in with the plan.
chime in = agree
You appear to be correct in your interpretation, though it is not a common one for 'chime in'
Dick was happy, and he holiday music chimed in with his feeling.
The artist illustrations chime in perfectly with the text.
chime in = go well together, combine harmoniously
It seems so.
I thought it’s time to chime in.
The conversation was becoming heated, until Merry chimed in with her opinion, to agree within.
chime in= break into a conversation or discussion especially to express an opinion
When the argument got hot, John chimed in.
The whole group chimed in on the chorus.
She chimed in with the laughter.
chime in = join in
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