Instead of love, what her shoeless Harper gets from buttoned-up husband Joe is a craving for Valium and a nervous breakdown.
This is the 21st century, and no matter how badly some people want to fight it, the buttoned-up attitudes of the 1950s are gone for good.
Within this group were some of the most provocative online communicators I have ever met, ranging from the hilariously lewd to the buttoned-up and implacably self-righteous.
Even if you're working in a buttoned-up corporate environment, find a way to make the creative workers' space appealing.
But the school's buttoned-up administrators hadn't wanted to involve the police, and the rioters eventually were allowed to graduate.
But he also managed to endear himself to the buttoned-up Kansans, the detectives and especially the two men who were eventually executed for the murders.
Never during World War II, when German submarines prowled the coast of Maryland and Delaware, sinking thousands of tons of shipping monthly, was Washington as buttoned-up as today.
My guess is it's even more so in buttoned-up places, because the less that information is openly shared, the more you need to make evaluations of your colleagues merely for self-protection.
If head smooches from the chairman and bear hugs from store employees are disconcerting after nearly 30 years at the more buttoned-up GE, Nardelli isn't letting on.
Redford was looking for ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,’ but with his buttoned-up image, producers hesitated.