gesticulate gesticulate


  • (v) show, express or direct through movement


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  1. From his cabin the crane operator could see some people beneath the cable and he gesticulated urgently to them to move away.
  2. Javier gesticulated excitedly while addressing the Press Corps and did not lose any opportunity to declare that the prosecution was pressing baseless charges.
  3. The prisoner could not gesticulate because he was in shackles. But he made up for the lack of gesticulation by bellowing and straining like a captured beast.


  • Battlefield 4 To Use Lean, Voice Commands On Xbox One Kinect

    If you’re one of those game players who likes to gesticulate during gameplay–you know who you are–then maybe you’re one of the ones the developers were thinking of when they were porting Battlefield 4 over to the Xbox One/Kinect environment. …
    on November 7, 2013     Source: WebProNews


  1. "If you see how they gesticulate, how they try to influence the referee...... that is not part of the game, that is a lack of respect," he said.
    on Jul 1, 2010 By: Bastian Schweinsteiger Source: Times of India

  2. "Off late it is becoming his habit to gesticulate after his dismissal and this attitude will not send right signals to the youngsters in the team," Amarnath said, according to a press release issued by the channel.
    on Jan 24, 2007 By: Mohinder Amarnath Source: Indiatimes

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