wind chimes

[wind]
noun
an arrangement of bells, bamboo pipes, or glass or ceramic fragments hung so as to strike each other and tinkle when moved by the wind or, in orchestration, touched by the hand.

Origin:
1925–30

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wind chimes (wɪnd)
 
pl n
a decorative arrangement of small discs of metal, shell, etc, hung near a window or door, that shake together with a tinkling sound in a draught

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Another thought is stringing little bells or wind chimes that might keep birds
  from lingering around your blueberry bushes.
Behind the chant were the slightest sounds, tiny wind chimes, tiny buzzing.
The final station paired five paper pinwheels with wind chimes.
My favorites among her impressive collection of hippie earrings are the silver
  wind chimes.
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