I gotta thank you for—for buttin' in the other day, Miss Ramona.
"Oh, you thought I was buttin' in," she mocked, tilting a gay challenge of the eyes at him.
Well, dis is Mike O'Grady's district you're buttin' into—see?
An' sing at the same time; blast you for a buttin' in tenderfoot!
You might think I was buttin into your affairs, and then againNo, I refuse to suggest it.
What'll she be thinkin' of us buttin' in there for midnight supper?
Always buttin' in, buttin' in, buttin' in, fit for nothin' but the green-pea trade.
"It's like buttin' over an old stone-wall," she said to Martha.
Mr. Paulus remarked, despondently, from his philosophic distance, "I most thought they'd do some buttin'."
"I thought they might do some buttin'," said Mr. Paulus, as one grown used to disappointment, and went in with his mail-bags.