keynote

[ kee-noht ]
/ ˈkiˌnoʊt /

noun

verb (used with object), key·not·ed, key·not·ing.

verb (used without object), key·not·ed, key·not·ing.

to provide a keynote, especially a keynote address: He refused an invitation to keynote.

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Origin of keynote

First recorded in 1755–65; key1 + note
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British Dictionary definitions for keynoted

keynote
/ (ˈkiːˌnəʊt) /

noun

  1. a central or determining principle in a speech, literary work, etc
  2. (as modifier)a keynote speech
the note upon which a scale or key is based; tonic

verb (tr)

to deliver a keynote address to (a political convention, etc)
to outline (political issues, policy, etc) in or as in a keynote address
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