The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pass-key \Pass"-key`\, n. A key for opening more locks than one; a master key.
Usage examples of "pass-key".
He unlocked it with the pass-key, a useful implement which Loon Kow had given him for visits such as this.
If a desired pass-key had ten digits, a computer was programmed to try every possibility between 0000000000 and 9999999999.
This multibillion-dollar masterpiece would use the power of parallel processing as well as some highly classified advances in cleartext assessment to guess pass-keys and break codes.
This multibillion-dollar masterpiecewould use the power of parallel processing as well as some highlyclassified advances in cleartext assessment to guess pass-keys andbreak codes.
Strathmore, reading the pass-key off the ring, and saving the databank in the nick of time.