verb (used with object), key·not·ed, key·not·ing.
verb (used without object), key·not·ed, key·not·ing.
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Check out the agenda, including an eye-opening keynote from our new Director of Search Content, Carolyn Lynden, dedicated SEO and PPC learning journeys, Overtime live Q&A, and more.SMX Early Bird rates expire Saturday… book now and save|Lauren Donovan|February 1, 2021|Search Engine Land
CES 2021 is still happening — without Vegas, crowds, prototypes or germsSamsung’s CES keynote presentation, a half-hour video, calls its focus a “Better Normal for All.”CES goes full pandemic with smart masks, stickers to detect covid and the biggest WiFi update in years|Geoffrey Fowler, Heather Kelly, Dalvin Brown, Rachel Lerman|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
At the 2021 show, Verizon takes the stop spot for the keynote and Samsung will be announcing its new 5G-enabled devices at an event after the show.CES trends to look out for at this year’s virtual conference|Stan Horaczek|January 6, 2021|Popular Science
In her keynote, Zuboff suggested EU regulators should follow two key principles as they consider what to do.Europe urged to block Google-Fitbit ahead of major digital policy overhaul|Natasha Lomas|December 11, 2020|TechCrunch
Make diversity in your speaker line-ups and keynotes a top priority.
I flew to Peru to hear her give a keynote speech at an international conference.
To this end, CAIR has invited Rev. Al Sharpton to be the keynote speaker at its 20th anniversary dinner to be held next month.
You may not remember, but you were our commencement keynote speaker that day at the George Washington University National Center.An Open Letter to Attorney General Eric Holder: It’s Not About Race|Ron Christie|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But Pence, who was slated to keynote this conference in just a few minutes?
He was a soaring star from the moment he finished his keynote speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
Daring ambition rather than any merely abstract virtue was the keynote of her character.Dope|Sax Rohmer
These are the keynote of the great Republic, dominating all other chords, sacrificing harmony to noise, beauty to bulk.Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist|Alexander Berkman
The keynote is the oath which, in all ages and in all languages, passion seems to generate with but very little assistance.A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman
That song had been the keynote to her new life, and it seemed now as if it were also to be the final benediction.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete|Gilbert Parker
This humanity of Holbach's is the very keynote of his character and of his intellectual life as well.Baron d'Holbach|Max Pearson Cushing
British Dictionary definitions for keynote
- a central or determining principle in a speech, literary work, etc
- (as modifier)a keynote speech