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key chain a chain on which keys are strung, or a key ring attached by a short chain or clip to an ornament.
key club a private nightclub to which each member has a key.
key punch a machine, operated from a keyboard, that punches holes in cards or tape used in certain data processing systems.
key ring a metal loop or ring for holding keys.
key signature in music, the number of sharps or flats to the right of the clef on a staff, indicating the key.
key up to bring to a state of intense feeling or agitation.
low-key low in aggression or intensity; mild.
master key a key that will open all the locks in a given set, though the keys to these locks are not alike.
off-key not on the right musical note or pitch; flat or sharp. [2 definitions]
skeleton key a key that can open many different locks because part of the bit is filed away; passkey.
tab key the tabulator on a typewriter.