key up[ kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF key up
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After he'd got into the room he'd put the key up, wouldn't he?
When Steward placed a chair for him at the table and invited him into it, he began to key up.
Lady Holme took the key up carefully and put it down on the sofa.
There are some situations so crazily extravagant that they key up the spirit to meet them.
The effect of that always is to awaken to new alertness and vigor every mental power, as well as to key up every moral resolve.
We then key up the brasses in their places in the rod and fasten a centre piece in the brasses at each end of the rod.
The sound recalled her to her senses, and she picked the key up hastily.
Neither of us will give his key up to anyone but the accredited test pilot.
"Mrs. Packard took the key up to her room," I explained, thinking that some sort of explanation was in order.
Lock the door, Carey, and hang the key up in plain sight by the window there.