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Low-Key: Breaking Down “Insecure’s” Celebration of Slang

Low ·​ Key [ loh — kee ] adj./adv. slang. quiet and restrained; not very forceful, emotional or noticeable; secretly.

Illustration: Alexandra Bowman

EExcited about something or someone and don’t want to make a big deal out of it? Want to downplay an event or gathering…

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