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- adj. Ornamented with buttons.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Ornamented with a large number of buttons.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Decorated with a profusion of buttons.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. small and round and shiny like a shiny bead or button
- adj. ornamented with many buttons
Though this is a good deal less concerting than the Incite in that the haptic feedback feels more "buttony" and natural.
I downloaded some sort of Flash patch for Firefox 3.0.1, and things play, but I frequently have to click first on a Flash logo-buttony thing and then click again to play the video.
"I downloaded some sort of Flash patch for Firefox 3.0.1, and things play, but I frequently have to click first on a Flash logo-buttony thing and then click again to play the video."
It was carried round by that rogue of a buttony page in the evening; and he walked to Brobdingnag Gardens, and in the Park afterwards, with
Two actors, prancing Gibreel and buttony, pursed Mr. Saladin Chamcha, fell like titbits of tobacco from a broken old cigar.
Of curiosity we turned our telescopes on to that path, and while we watched there strolled along it two figures in grey -- grey tunics, grey loose trousers, little grey buttony caps, walking down the path towards us, talking, at their ease.
Hence he sought to place his nose in contact with Flopit's, for he had perceived on the front of the mysterious stranger a buttony something which might possibly be a nose.
There were embroidered pillows on the buttony Chesterfield, lace shades to the electric lights, and be-rosebudded liberty silk curtains.
Fondly hoping no one would observe it, she sewed bright buttons wherever they could be put, and sent confiding Boo away in a pair of blue trousers, which were absurdly hunchy behind and buttony before.
I lobbed it far and wide over the wall, and it fell noiselessly and quite in the middle of Mr. Trumpington's most buttony calceolaria-bed.