gesticulating gesticulating


  • (adj) making gestures while speaking


  1. They take him for a ride to a local Italian restaurant, where much intense talk and spirited gesticulating ensue.
  2. It's a painting that has always made me think about the mad street riots that break out on South Park every so often, all those jerkily gesticulating townfolk.
  3. Two major panels one of him racking pool balls and one of him gesticulating -- make up the top and bottom of the page.



  1. "The people at the corners were all gesticulating at her," Terkel wrote." She was very frightened, turned up the windows, and drove determinedly. "She discovered after several blocks, she was going the wrong way on a one-way street and they...
    on Nov 18, 2008 By: Studs Terkel Source: Dowagiac Daily News

  2. "Certainly Muscat's manipulated the officials because I've seen the photo of him gesticulating to Matthew Breeze that he's used the elbow, with his elbow at 90 degrees, and that certainly wasn't the case so it's a bit disappointing," Vidmar said.
    on Mar 3, 2009 By: Aurelio Vidmar Source: Fox Sports

  3. "I was gesticulating at about 10 people," Popovich said, "before I figured out I was the jerk."
    on Oct 4, 2005 By: Gregg Popovich Source: San Antonio Express

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