Informal. free, open, or informal; unrestrained: unbuttoned humor.
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How to use unbuttoned in a sentence
Biden, after all, is known for his unbuttoned comments from the podium.
Malcolm Perry unbuttoned his dark blue glen-plaid jacket and threw it onto the floor.Jimmy Breslin on JFK’s Assassination: Two Classic Columns | Jimmy Breslin | November 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I still remember those white-satin suits with shirts unbuttoned down to tanned navels.
Her book Mad Men: unbuttoned has been released by Harper's studio.
Her book Mad Men: unbuttoned will be released by Harper's studio in 2010.
His cheap unbuttoned raglan-style coat fluttered in the wind off the Hudson.
He then unbuttoned his uniform, drew out a bag hung round his neck by a steel chain, and offered it to the Captain.The Border Rifles | Gustave Aimard
Parks unbuttoned his collar and rubbed his stubbled chin unhappily.Circus | Alan Edward Nourse
Reason has flown shrieking from the scene; Caution slumbers by the wayside with unbuttoned pocket.The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce | Ambrose Bierce
He unbuttoned his coat, and drew out his pocket-book, and from it a little snapshot photograph, which he handed to Nancy.The Devourers | Annie Vivanti Chartres
British Dictionary definitions for unbuttoned
with buttons not fastened
informal uninhibited; unrestrained: hours of unbuttoned self-revelation
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