button

Part of speech: verb

To fasten with or as with a button or buttons; admit of being buttoned.

Part of speech: noun

A small knob or disk, as of bone, for fastening a garment by passing through a buttonhole; a pivoted fastener for a door, window, etc.; a knob or protuberance.

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Usage examples "button":

  1. He touched a button. - "The Flying Legion", George Allan England.
  2. He rose, and pressed the button by the door. - "The Professor's Mystery", Wells Hastings Brian Hooker.
  3. Have a button first. - "Shorty McCabe on the Job", Sewell Ford.