buttons

All Noun
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  • Since all of the buttons were on one line, they were mostly for show.
  • The buttons are used to play various instruments throughout any given song.
  • Among tournament legal buttons, at least, no match-up is impossible for either side to win.
  • It is possible that initially none of the radio buttons in a group are selected.
  • It was also the first machine to use touch screen technology instead of buttons.
  • Mouse support also increased the number of buttons seen from four to eight.
  • The driver's door contained four buttons in addition to the remaining individual windows.
  • Slightly expanded they are called buttons, once again because of the relative size and shape.
  • The convention for men's wear is that buttons go down the right side.
  • In one version of this experiment, subjects could press either of two buttons.
  • Five buttons are the bottom row, the other four being the top.
  • In other games, pressing these buttons will cause the code to not work.
  • The top of the unit has two application-specific shoulder buttons.
  • Normally these buttons are light grey in color, and turn blue when pressed.
  • Some of these buttons are very rare today and all are very collectible.
  • Actions are controlled via a number of buttons on the bottom left.
  • This version features a different d-pad and different face and shoulder buttons.
  • For example, buttons are a type of object, and come in standard styles.
  • A total of seven types of shot are possible using only the two main buttons of the controller.
  • White buttons are usually associated with all other actions.
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Root form of buttons is button for both verb and noun.

Synonyms of buttons

Meaning of buttons

  • noun A round fastener sewn to shirts and coats etc to fit through buttonholes
  • noun Any of various plant parts that resemble buttons
  • noun A round flat badge displaying information and suitable for pinning onto a garment
    they passed out campaign buttons for their candidate
  • noun Any artifact that resembles a button
  • verb Provide with buttons
    button a shirt
  • verb Fasten with buttons
    button the dress