on the button

ADJECTIVE
  1. being precise with regard to a prescribed or specified criterion
    his guess was on the nose
    the prediction for snow was right on the button
ADVERB
  1. just as it should be
    `Precisely, my lord,' he said
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How To Use on the button In A Sentence

  • Too many people get movement because they push their finger on the button too hard. The Sun
  • On the hand in question I was on the button with five players already in the pot.
  • You've got it on the button!
  • Click on the buttons below to find out more about the Cyanobacteria.
  • His remark was right on the button.
  • But then the woman suddenly dropped him and turned back to the elevator, taking her anger out on the buttons as she punched the code in fiercely.
  • His average velocity on the fastball was ninety miles per hour on the button.
  • She pushed Shawna out and slammed her hand on the button for the wall, which soon crashed down behind them.
  • His eyes reconcentrated themselves quickly on the buttonhook, and as if in apology James hurried on: In Chancery
  • The key events to change current input mode. Click on the button on the right to edit it.
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