[ lok-pik ]
/ ˈlɒkˌpɪk /
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a device that enables a burglar to open a lock.
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Example sentences from the Web for lockpick
Look close, and see what you'll do with it, supposing you turn lockpick some day.'
He had managed to shove his best file and a lockpick into hiding there while Mikah was betraying him back in their room.The Ethical Engineer|Henry Maxwell Dempsey