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1. keyboard

noun. ['ˈkiːˌbɔrd'] device consisting of a set of keys on a piano or organ or typewriter or typesetting machine or computer or the like.

Synonyms

  • action
  • clavier
  • piano
  • action mechanism
  • pipe organ
  • typewriter
  • computing machine
  • electronic computer
  • pianoforte
  • data processor
  • typesetting machine
  • terminal
  • device
  • computer
  • forte-piano
  • computer keyboard
  • fingerboard
  • typewriter keyboard
  • piano keyboard
  • computing device
  • organ
  • key
  • keypad

Antonyms

  • source
  • stabilisation
  • stabilization
  • dormant

Etymology

  • board (English)
  • bord (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • key (English)
  • keye (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Keyboard

  • seaboard

How do you spell keyboard? Is it keybord ?

A common misspelling of keyboard is keybord

Sentences with keyboard


1. Noun, singular or mass
Plug the transmitter into a different USB port and see if you can use your wireless keyboard and mouse.

2. Adjective
The Roland company specializes in digital instruments, particularly keyboard synthesizers like their popular Fantom and Juno series.

Quotes about keyboard


1. This is how you do it: you sit down at the keyboard and you put one word after another until its done. It's that easy, and that hard.
- Neil Gaiman

2. When Maurice touched a keyboard, it was like something from a movie, magical. He would always give you something from a movie, and you'd go, what did you just play... immediately inspirational writings, amazing. That's what we're going to miss.
- Robin Gibb

3. Sometimes writing is running downhill, your fingers jerking behind you on the keyboard the way your legs do when they can’t quite keep up with gravity.
- Rainbow Rowell, Fangirl

2. keyboard

noun. ['ˈkiːˌbɔrd'] holder consisting of an arrangement of hooks on which keys or locks can be hung.

Antonyms

  • activation

Etymology

  • board (English)
  • bord (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • key (English)
  • keye (Middle English (1100-1500))
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