Adjective "keyring" definition and examples

(Keyring may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Definitions and examples

noun

A metal ring on to which keys may be threaded in order to keep them together.
  1. 'This company produced key rings for local businesses which displayed their names, addresses and contact numbers.'
  2. 'My keys, the ones to my apartment, the ones I had given her only two weeks after meeting her, were on a separate key ring which was looped through Teresa's larger ring.'
  3. 'The only way to lock the bolt was with the key she had on her key ring.'
  4. 'Gone forever are the enormous key rings with the bunches of clanging keys carried by the prison officers.'
  5. 'Originally their business was set up supplying promotional material for other companies, such as hats, pens, lighters, mouse pads and key rings.'
  6. 'These unique steering wheel key rings are made from stainless steel and can be personalized with your name or initials.'
  7. 'The iconography of the building is commercialized through souvenir fridge-magnets and key rings, which are sold in the gift shop, along with a range of products from the north-east and surrounds.'
  8. 'Memorabilia such as mugs, t-shirts, pens, pencils, mouse pads and key rings are also up for grabs.'
  9. 'Kai leaned forward and, with the most practiced patience I had ever seen anyone exhibit, undid each metal-bolted lock with the tiny keys attached the key ring on his belt.'
  10. 'Car stickers, carrier bags, lapel badges and key rings bearing the slogan will also be made available.'

More definitions

1. a ring, usually of metal, for holding keys.

More examples(as adjective)

"devices can be keyring."

"calculators can be keyring."

Origin

(key ring)