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keyless
 adj.— «Activists here began organizing a City Hall summit to confront what they saw as the swelling population of street people, those living in shelters, and keyless men and women crashing on friends’ couches.» —“Summit In Somerville Grapples With Its Rising Number Of Homeless” by Ric Kahn in Somerville, Mass. Boston Globe Dec. 24, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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