(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. master or skeleton key. See opening.

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  • passkey — noun Date: circa 1817 1. master key 2. skeleton key …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • passkey — /pas kee , pahs /, n., pl. passkeys. 1. See master key. 2. See skeleton key. 3. a private key. 4. a latchkey. [1810 20; PASS + KEY1] * * * …   Universalium

  • passkey — pass|key [ˈpa:s ki: US ˈpæs ] n a key that will open several different locks in a building …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • passkey — noun (C) 1 a key given to a few people for a door that only they are allowed to use 2 a key that will open a number of different locks …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • passkey — pass•key [[t]ˈpæsˌki, ˈpɑs [/t]] n. pl. keys 1) bui master key 2) bui skeleton key …   From formal English to slang

  • passkey — n. 1 a private key to a gate etc. for special purposes. 2 a master key …   Useful english dictionary

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