Verb(1) show, express or direct through movement
(1) As I arrive breathless at the bottom of the gorge, my companion, who is considerably ahead of me, begins to gesticulate frantically.(2) As I near Belfast I realise that my job will become more difficult near Banbridge; drivers may gesticulate back to me either with their thumb or middle finger.(3) The athlete uses an assistant to move the ramp into position, giving only verbal or gesticulative cues on where to move the ramp.(4) The images I create are choreographed, but I allow room for spontaneity, or the gesticulative nature of each individual like an actor within a scene.(5) Often this leads to fists being shaken, fingered signs being gesticulated , and harsh words exchanged, as the anguished cry, ├ö├ç├┐that was my space!├ö├ç├û(6) Goldwater paced back and forth in front of the court in her heels, gesticulating wildly, sometimes nearly shouting.(7) In most bands, the members need constant eye contact and body gesticulations in order to communicate musically.(8) I watched her walk to the gate and stand there for at least 5 minutes, then a woman walked over and let her in and stood waving and gesticulating at her in a angry manner.(9) It was actually quite entertaining to watch grown men and women gesticulating and waving their arms around violently in an archaic tongue.(10) With a shirtsleeved Klinsmann gesticulating and shouting encouragement from the technical area, Germany regained the lead in the 17th minute.(11) They are loud and gesticulative .(12) They use their hands and eyes expressively - they are great gesticulators - and their movements are quick and active.(13) It focuses in on the two essentials - Mr. Caesar's face and the moving sandwich in the gesticulative hand of the speaker.(14) She's not a screamer, or a pacer, or a frantic gesticulator ; her movements are economical and gentle, and she waits for her facial expressions to sink in.(15) Families spread out elaborate picnics and play blind man's buff; everywhere there are people arguing, gesticulating and shouting over each other.(16) ├ö├ç├┐Every hand movement, gesticulation or walking movement can be felt to be provocative,├ö├ç├û he said.
(1) gesticulate :: gesticulate
1. gesture ::
2. signal ::
3. motion ::
4. wave ::
5. sign ::
Different Formsgesticulate, gesticulated, gesticulates, gesticulating
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