Note that in some places it is a hyphenated word and others it is not!

  • 02.113 and fitted it into the key-hole.
  • 03.028 “He is too fat to get through key-holes yet!”
  • 03.044 will shine upon the key-hole.”
  • 09.014 at his keyhole.
  • 11.014 nor any sign of bar or bolt or key-hole;
  • 12.100 No trace of a keyhole was there left on the inside.

OED gives “keyhole” – one word – but the hyphenated form is in the example texts.

“keyhole, n.” OED Online, Oxford University Press, June 2017, Accessed 14 September 2017.

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