key ring

NOUN
  1. a circular ring of metal for holding keys
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How To Use key ring In A Sentence

  • These sheaths feature multiple attachment points for key rings, cord, or carabiners.
  • He slitted his eyes in thought, took out his keys and found the key to the door on his key ring.
  • Other good features include a spare bulb in the tail cap and a useful key ring facility.
  • The key ring contained two worn Yale keys and a more modern mortice key. A CONVICTION OF GUILT
  • But in the whiskey ring operations the gauger might, for example, report four thousand gallons in four hundred packages of ten gallons each, when in reality there were four hundred packages of eighty gallons each. CHASING the WHITE DOG
  • The tables are covered in an array of candlesticks, key rings, and munted megaphones: partially formed objects from the sculptor's workshop.
  • This function begins by unblocking all signals and setting the session key ring.
  • Emily tossed her handbag and key ring down on the mahogany-and-walnut bowfront commode in the small foyer, then turned and locked the front door. Emily And The Stranger
  • Serepta Pester sent these errents to you, she wanted intemperance done away with, the Whiskey Ring broke up and destroyed, she wanted you to have nothin 'stronger than root beer when you had company to dinner, she offerin' to send you some burdock and dandeline roots and some emptins to start it with, and she wanted her rights, and wanted 'em all by week after next without fail. Samantha on the Woman Question
  • The heavy steel door swung open and Grimes lumbered awkwardly through the entrance, key ring bouncing from the ridges of fat around his waist.
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