The premiere may not be as “low key” as Bannon is expecting.
We prefer the low key spots, where the eating is as cheap as it is delicious.
As a result, she says, “They went very far in the other direction and were low key” about democracy promotion.
The Pass is the dressed down, low key spot, while The Provisions is more formal.
But it will never do to begin the night's vigil in this low key.
She dropped her voice to a low key, and her tone had changed to seriousness.
Voices at last, low and muffled, voices pitched in a low key, men talking as in deep confidence.
Prince John of Lancaster whistled a popular melody in a low key.
Mrs. Cibber being a contralto, the music had to be sung in a low key.
Expose for the white and let the rest of the picture fall into a low key.
Quiet; modest; unassertive: She is low-key but is happy to talk about things that Wayans doesn't do for himself (1965+)
To treat with little emphasis; play down: They were low-keying it because of the controversy (1960+)
[in adjective sense, a technical term in photography, ''with tones lying in the gray scale,'' found by 1907]