- v. present participle of gesticulate.
- adj. making gestures while speaking
“The doors closed, leaving our friends gesticulating from the platform.”
“Not being able to remember their names at first, I turned to more primitive forms of communication such as gesticulating to draw their attention and strike up a conversation.”
“They watched together in silence as the girl turned and engaged the doorman in what seemed to be a bit of friendly banter and he responded, gesticulating with his hand.”
“Giants 3, Packers 0 8:24 1st quarter: Giants kickoff is fielded by Cobb who runs it back, but he fumbles and there's a huge scrum and the Giants are gesticulating wildly.”
“Guido Bombini, gesticulating peaceable intentions and evidently thrust out by Bert Rhine, was the first to appear.”
“And Imagine how quickly the whiners would stop slapping their own wrists or flopping or gesticulating for the fans when they realized how foolish they looked.”
“He spoke to us as if we were not listening to him - the gesticulating, the spitting, the dire warnings.”
“A typical Jimmer moment was bringing the ball upcourt, going left into a triple-team, they gyrating and gesticulating in the air before giving up the ball to a teammate at the last instant.”
“However noisy the interlopers get, Berlin's commuters just sit quietly reading their books, seemingly oblivious to the gesticulating demented individual standing in front of them.”
“Yet, despite the grim topic, the anonymous subject indulges a curious, even comic, theatrical side, gesticulating with his bare hands—the only part of his body that is exposed—and moving quickly around the room in dramatic re-enactments of gruesome events that happened in the same space.”
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