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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOW KEY

But it will never do to begin the night's vigil in this low key.

She dropped her voice to a low key, and her tone had changed to seriousness.

Both of them had dropped their voices to a low key, not to disturb the letter-writer.

Prince John of Lancaster whistled a popular melody in a low key.

Expose for the white and let the rest of the picture fall into a low key.

Mrs. Cibber being a contralto, the music had to be sung in a low key.

Rembrandt struck a low key, and went out of sight in his blacks.

"It's just as I wish it, Mrs. Bowen," she said, in a low key of impassioned resolution.

No one responded, although there was much discussion in a low key.

Jemima and Walter were still talking unrebuked in a low key.

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