Theodore applied his night-key, and with cat-like tread they moved across the hall, and the library door swung noiselessly open.
All my lodgers were in but one, a young gentleman who has a night-key.
Like the other male occupants of the house, the lieutenant was provided with a night-key.
Hal soon walked the distance, and, getting out his night-key, he let himself in.
The door is opened before he can turn the bolt with his night-key, and the whitest possible little hand presses his.
I'd give him a 'night-key,' and be perfectly oblivious what time in the small hours he tumbled into the front entry.
It was two o'clock when Theodore applied his own night-key and entered his front door.
Our nation often seems like a householder who has given his night-key to an enemy who has threatened his home with firebrands.
Mr. Stanford opened it with a night-key, and they entered, and went upstairs, still in silence.
Didn't me and the fellers have to cave in your door with a night-key wrench—sa-a-ay?