What is another word for keynote?

459 synonyms found


[ kˈiːnə͡ʊt], [ kˈiːnə‍ʊt], [ k_ˈiː_n_əʊ_t]

The term "keynote" is often used to refer to an address or speech that sets the tone for an event or conference. However, there are several synonyms for the word that can also be used to describe such a speech. These include opening speech, opening remarks, inaugural address, introductory remarks, and keynote address. Each of these phrases can be used interchangeably to describe an important speech that sets the tone for an event and is delivered by a prominent speaker. Whether you're planning or attending an event, it's helpful to have a variety of synonyms for the term "keynote" to use when describing the opening speech or address.

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What are the opposite words for keynote?

The antonyms for the word keynote are various, including subordination, discord, irrelevance, inconsequence, and dissonance. While keynote implies a primary, essential message or theme, subordination suggests that something is less important or subordinate to a larger concept. Discord implies disagreement, conflict or a lack of harmony, while irrelevance suggests that something is not relevant or pertinent to the topic or subject at hand. Inconsequence suggests a lack of significance or importance, and dissonance implies a lack of harmony, agreement or coherence. These antonyms are useful in conveying a range of opposite meanings to the central theme or message of a discourse, presentation or speech.

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Usage examples for Keynote

His claim upon us lies not so much in what is actually found within the four corners of any one of his books, as in the fact of his having written them at all-in the fact of his having brought out one after another, with descent always for its keynote, until the lesson was learned too thoroughly to make it at all likely that it will be forgotten.
"Luck or Cunning?"
Samuel Butler
Let us try to trace it out on the general lines of the Creative Power of Thought indicated above, the keynote to which is that the Law is specialized by the Word, and cannot of itself bring out the infinite possibilities contained in it without such specializing, just as in all scientific development of ordinary life.
"The Law and the Word"
Thomas Troward
And in that fact was the keynote of what there was of unusual-of unconventional, one might almost phrase it-in her way of receiving and requiting his declaration.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan

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