high-keyed : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  (of persons) excitable

  • As high-keyed as a racehorse.
  • Combined with her Hogarthian humor, brilliant vocabulary, high-keyed imagination, the result is one of the most savage satires on "the principle of money" since Balzac.
  • Golden Hours The high-kicking and the high-keyed had an eventful week.
News & Articles

  • Art spotlight: Don Holzschuh at Flanders gallery in Minneapolis
    Opening Saturday: Minneapolis painter Don Holzschuh has mellowed over the years, leaving behind the loose paint and high-keyed colors of his downtown streetscapes from the 1970s and ’80s, when new office towers loomed and artists occupied warehouses in what’s now the sports district.
    April 3, 2014 - Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

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