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  • adj. Without buttons.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

button +‎ -less.


  • I bid, I posted, I linked, but I am a technological idiot, and so remain buttonless.

    Katannuta* | Her Bad Mother

  • It carries the same rounded chiclet keys and a trackpad that runs to the lip, in this case using a MacBook-style "buttonless" design that clicks the pad itself.

    MacNN | The Macintosh News Network

  • Although the design is "buttonless" the main outer shell flexs inwards reasonably positively as does the top part of it.

    PHONE Magazine

  • If Apple didn't have such a vindictive history against buttons, it would be easy to write off the new "buttonless" Nano as a marketing ploy.


  • Apple has created the first "buttonless" trackpad built entirely of glass that also includes multi-touch technology.

    Latest Articles on LaptopLogic

  • This new "buttonless" design can't be used in your sled, because it has no in-line control between your Shuffle and your car's mini jack or cassette adapter.


  • Specifically, Gruber confirms that the new MacBook Pros will have "buttonless" trackpad which is made of glass.

    MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors

  • Bob pulls my buttonless wool sweater up over my head, down my left arm, and off.

    Left Neglected

  • For all the mood lighting, endless informal seating areas and buttonless lifts of, to give its full name, MediaCityUK, the real appeal is the people.

    MediaCity on Monday: 'Finally the focus can again be on just doing the job'

  • Blouses have extra-wide buttonless cuffs and are constructed so that the front can be smoothly tucked into a pair of trousers while the tail hangs out.

    Olivier Theyskens's Theory of relativity: High standards at a lower price


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