keyed

[ US /ˈkid/ ]
[ UK /kˈiːd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. set to a key or tone
  2. fitted with or secured by a key
    a keyed instrument
    the locks have not yet been keyed
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How To Use keyed In A Sentence

  • The method enhances data recoverability in keyed database records.
  • The city emerged from trusteeship under a new mayor, but he too cooked the books and monkeyed with zoning for his own ends.
  • Festival organizers seem to have keyed into the public anxiety over their use of the park and are offering plenty of reassurances.
  • They keyed a piano up to concert pitch.
  • The two groups have jockeyed for position ever since, with Sistani's forces in the ascendancy recently.
  • In the Weber system, one of the weights is keyed solid with constant pitch while the other weight is allowed to move 180 in pitch.
  • The anchor sergeant is shot against a blue screen, and chromakeyed in post over the virtual set, which we created in Strata 3DPro.
  • Actually, to say that Carlos Slim "jockeyed" for the title overstates the case. Ventura County Star Stories
  • To send mail to you in the future, they need to jot down your keyed address or save it in their contacts list.
  • They keyed a piano up to concert pitch.
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