key[ kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF key
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KEY
I don't think it will, mind, but it's best to be prepared, so give me the key.
He not only closed it, but locked it, having secretly hidden the key in his pocket.
Only Ambrose was, at parting for the night, obliged to ask him for the key of the gate.
When he rejoined her in the middle of the room he gave her the key.
Andrew Lanning slipped to the door and turned the key in the lock.
It was pushed to, but not locked, and had no fastening upon it except the lock, in which was the key.
She turned the key, and taking it out, put it in her pocket.
She turned immediately and went back, he following, and replaced the key.
She set the candle on the floor, and put in the key as quietly as she could.
This is the key of the castle gate; the other opens the keep.