Keyhole ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Keyhole ( noun )

A small hole in a door or other piece of furniture through which a key is inserted to lock or unlock it.

Origin:

The word keyhole comes from the combination of the words "key" and "hole" which refers to the small hole in a lock through which a key is inserted to open it. the word has been in use since the late 16th century.

Examples:

  1. I couldn't find the keyhole in the dark.
  2. He peered through the keyhole to see who was outside.
  3. The key got stuck in the keyhole and wouldn't turn.
  4. She inserted the key into the keyhole and unlocked the door.
  5. I had to squint to see the keyhole in the dim light.

(As a verb)

Keyhole ( verb )

A small hole in a door or other piece of furniture through which a key is inserted to lock or unlock it.

Origin:

The word keyhole comes from the combination of the words "key" and "hole" which refers to the small hole in a lock through which a key is inserted to open it. the word has been in use since the late 16th century.

Examples:

  1. I couldn't find the keyhole in the dark.
  2. He peered through the keyhole to see who was outside.
  3. The key got stuck in the keyhole and wouldn't turn.
  4. She inserted the key into the keyhole and unlocked the door.
  5. I had to squint to see the keyhole in the dim light.
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