button

[ buht-n ]SEE DEFINITION OF button

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At night when the room grows dark we push a button and there is light.

His expression grew morose, as again he pressed the button on his desk.

He pressed the button on his desk, and, as the doorman appeared, addressed that functionary.

He will prolong your life and loosen every button on your waistcoat.

To indicate the effect, he included a galvanometer in the circuit of the battery and the button.

The button of soot has vanished into the limbo of superseded inventions.

Do you think the button at the top may have had a socket for a horse hair plume?

Nevertheless, while Wat fumbled for the button that released the slide, he took a chance.

Slowly, very slowly, he pressed the button to release the slide.

But Hilary was in the lift, pressing the button for full speed down.

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