Buttonhole

Buttonhole was old British slang for the vagina.
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Buttonhole

[disambiguation] A buttonhole is a hole in a fabric that is paired with a functional button that serves as a fastener. Buttonhole may also refer to: ...
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buttonhole

[n] - a hole through which buttons are pushed
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buttonhole

Fastener for clothing, used with a button. There are two main types of buttonhole. In one type, a slit in
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Buttonhole

But'ton┬Ěhole` noun The hole or loop in which a button is caught.
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Buttonhole

But'ton┬Ěhole` transitive verb To hold at the button or buttonhole; to detain in conversation to weariness; to bore; as, he buttonholed me a quarter of an hour.
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buttonhole

1. A short straight cut made through the wall of a cavity or canal. ... 2. The contraction of an orifice down to a narrow slit; i.e., the so-called mitral buttonhole in extreme mitral stenosis. ... See: buttonhole stenosis. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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buttonhole

button hole noun a hole through which buttons are pushed
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Buttonhole

• (n.) The hole or loop in which a button is caught. • (v. t.) To hold at the button or buttonhole; to detain in conversation to weariness; to bore; as, he buttonholed me a quarter of an hour.
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Buttonhole

Buttonhole was old British slang for the vagina.
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buttonhole

Type: Term Pronunciation: bŭt′ŏn-hōl Definitions: 1. A short straight cut made through the wall of a cavity or canal. 2. The contraction of an orifice down to a narrow slit; the so-called mitral buttonhole in extreme mitral stenosis. See: buttonhole stenosis
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buttonhole

Fastener for clothing, used with a button. There are two main types of buttonhole. In one type, a slit in fabric is prevented from fraying by either stitching or binding. In the other type, a loop is made, through which the button will fasten
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Buttonhole

[knitting] In knitting, buttonholes can be made in several ways. == Buttonhole Techniques (knitting) == Any type of knit buttonhole can be strengthened (and given neater edges) with embroidery, specifically the buttonhole stitch. ...
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Buttonhole

Buttonholes are holes in fabric which allow buttons to pass through, securing one piece of the fabric to another. The raw edges of a buttonhole are usually finished with stitching. This may be done either by hand or by a sewing machine. Some forms of button, such as a frog, use a loop of cloth or rope instead of a buttonhole. Buttonholes can also ...
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Buttonhole

A cut in the fabric that is bound with stitching, just large enough to allow a button to pass through. Buttonholes are mostly made by machine these days, but many people do still prefer to make them by hand, using a special buttonhole stitch.
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