Synonyms for keyhole

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He went to the keyhole of the door leading into the passage.

With the key in the keyhole, they had kept their doors locked during the night.

Grant it but a chink or keyhole, and it shot in like a white-hot arrow.

The key rattled at the keyhole and then dropped to the floor.

You say you looked through the keyhole and saw her take the money?

He tried to peep through the keyhole, but the key was in it.

He was fumbling about the lock, and seemed quite unable to find the keyhole.

He shrank from it almost; it gave him the feeling of prying, of peeping through a keyhole.

He was tiptoeing towards the door, along the wall, where he was out of line with the keyhole.

The king drew nearer, stooped, and peeped through the keyhole.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from key (n.1) + hole (n.).

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