Buttoned In A Sentence

Definition of Buttoned

with buttons fastened | simple past tense and past participle of button

How To Use Buttoned In A Sentence?

  • Then she pulled the collar of her white sweater up to her ears and buttoned it over.
  • It must be worn buttoned by boys who have been less than three years in the school.
  • His feet were bestowed in low slippers with narrow buttoned straps crossing the insteps.
  • The parson put the sermon in his inner pocket, and buttoned his coat tightly over it.
  • That is Cooper with the blue surtout buttoned up to his throat, and his hat over his eyes.
  • His dress was a short blue frock, buttoned up to the chin, trousers of the same colour, and a cap.
  • Then he kissed Mrs. Appel, who turned her cheek to him, and buttoned himself into the bag.
  • Mother came in just in time to extricate her, and buttoned the dress with maddeningly deliberate fingers.
  • Laced shoes must have tongues as well as eyelets, while buttoned shoes must have buttons and buttonholes.
  • He was buttoned up at neck and sleeves in a rain-coat, and the brim of his soft felt hat was pulled down over his face.
  • Gentlemen, do you know you simply invite an apoplectic seizure by sitting down to dinner in a tightly buttoned uniform coat?
  • He kissed the ruffle that had been buttoned under the dimpled chin, and the little sleeves that had clung around his neck so closely that morning.
  • He gobbled down his breakfast, rolled a fat brown cigarette, buttoned up his coat and went out to his stage.
  • He had a cool head; for he carefully buttoned his coat and stood sideways, presenting as small a target as possible.
  • It is true he did at first appear slightly confused; buttoned up his waistcoat a little higher and tucked in a stray frill of linen.
  • The professor smoking a pipe, and very comfortable in an ulster buttoned over his tropical clothes, was the first to speak from his long chair.
  • He buttoned up his coat, settled his hat on his head, and moved near the candle, where it rested on the floor.
  • She buttoned his flannel dressing-gown about his throat, wrapped him in her shawl, and put on his little grey cloth cap.
  • Otherwise, he was buttoned to his chin in a great coat, fastened with imposing brass buttons, dulled by much fingering.
  • The man, he saw, was sitting well back into the corner, with a thick overcoat buttoned tightly up to the chin.
  • Now my shirt was not buttoned and as it chanced this action caused the ivory image of Zikali that hung about my neck to appear between its edges.
  • They both wore dresses of brown linsey, buttoned very high at the throat, and black straw hats innocent of all but the very simplest of trimming.
  • Around her was flung a gray cloak, buttoned askew at the throat, and in one of her folded hands she held a black lace scarf.
  • Then she stole but the house, and swiftly buttoned her wrapper, speaking to Jess by nods the while.
  • He buttoned up the neck of his shirt, which had opened in the night, tightened his belt again, drew on his boots and thrust his arms into his coat.
  • I buttoned my coat right up to my throat and thrust my hands in my pockets; thereupon I rose and went on.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Buttoned | Buttoned Sentence

  • Wickersham rose and buttoned up his coat.
  • I asked as he got up and buttoned his coat.
  • I buttoned all the other buttons right down to the ground.
  • He had on a black frock coat that buttoned to the neck.
  • She wore a linen duster buttoned close to her chin.
  • You have got it buttoned wrong, anyway.
  • She buttoned his coat for him and almost dragged him to the door.
  • This he always wore snugly buttoned from the throat downward.
  • The other hand was thrust into the breast of his tightly buttoned frock coat.
  • Although it was a very hot day, he had that coat buttoned up to his chin.
  • King did not answer, but buttoned his coat closer against the keen wind.
  • What honest genuine hearts are lying buttoned beneath those rough pea-jackets!
  • But I pulled my cap down over my eyes and buttoned up my pea-jacket.
  • He buttoned his gray vest securely over Maria's pretty little red purse.

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