skeleton key

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skeleton key (plural skeleton keys)

  1. A very simple design of key that usually has a cylindrical shaft (sometimes called a "shank") and a single, minimal flat, rectangular tooth or "bit".
  2. A key that has parts filed away so that it will open a range of locks

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