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keyed (adj.)

1796, "having keys," from key (n.) in the musical sense. Also "to set the tone (of a musical instrument) to a particular key; hence figurative keyed up "excited, high-strung" (1889).

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Definitions of keyed

keyed (adj.)
fitted with or secured by a key;
a keyed instrument
the locks have not yet been keyed
keyed (adj.)
set to a key or tone;
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