wind chime

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Noun1.wind chime - a decorative arrangement of pieces of metal or glass or pottery that hang together loosely so the wind can cause them to tinkle
decoration, ornament, ornamentation - something used to beautify
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energy-saving bulb without mercury vapor, the wind chime with a cedar
Nathan McBride, 32, said: "The noise of the young people in the street causing trouble is a bigger concern than a wind chime.
OXFORD four-piece sofa set, PS1,200; ceramic heart wind chime solar light, PS15; ceramic solar lamp in white, PS15; woven edge cushion in chalk, PS10; Timeless Classic wine glasses, PS5 for four; ice bucket, PS4.
One way to do that was to place a wind chime on the balcony so that the fresh breeze and tinkling noise will restore the flagging energy in the flat.
The company sells to retail outlets, providing everything in their product mix, from a name-dropped keychain to exquisite glass sculptures, from a pub sign to a sarong, from a tropical Christmas item to a shell wind chime.
The survey said: "The hatred of the wind chime is understandable.
She began her glass wind chime business two years ago, and has just acquired her own kiln to melt the bottles.
A COUPLE have been threatened with legal action over a tiny wind chime in their garden.
The chandelier doubles as a gentle wind chime when a breeze hits.
Another prototype we developed is a wind chime with a motor.
One wind chime, a simple floral tribute once a week and a couple of lanterns would look so pretty and would be a much more fitting tribute.