buttonhole[ buht-n-hohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF buttonhole
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUTTONHOLE
He pulled it out of his buttonhole and tossed it into the fire-place.
Arthur had a fine rose in his buttonhole and looked profoundly thoughtful.
In his mouth was a cigarette, and in his buttonhole a pink carnation.
Let him go with his flower in his buttonhole and dance somewhere else.
He was very dapper in a new tailcoat and a flower in his buttonhole.
Once he stooped to pick a flower which he stuck in his buttonhole.
He was cool and jaunty, his hands in his pockets, a rose in his buttonhole.
A pink carnation in his buttonhole matched his healthy complexion.
The fellow is to wear a white top hat, and a gardenia in his buttonhole.
Buttonhole stitch can be turned to account for this purpose.