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low–key

adjective \-ˈkē\

: quiet and relaxed : not very forceful, emotional, or noticeable

Full Definition of LOW-KEY

1
:  having or producing dark tones only with little contrast
2
:  of low intensity :  restrained

Variants of LOW-KEY

low–key also low–keyed \-ˈkēd\

First Known Use of LOW-KEY

1907

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