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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or using gestures.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Relating to gesture.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to gesture.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used of the language of the deaf
- adj. being other than verbal communication
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"gestural" - it understands what you want to do by the gestures you use.
That he saw no need for that kind of gestural bullshit?
Apple Inc. will offer iPhones in June that cost less and may include the kind of gestural controls it features on its Magic Mouse.
He also learned how to use the words "gestural" and "heuristic" in order to get good grades on his English papers.
Jay, Ash has evolved into the kind of star who can make up with the 'gestural' what she loses by way of 'acting'.
While I don't think it's easy to separate in an actor's persona something called 'pure acting' from another thing called 'gestural' there is nonetheless an overall effect created that might depend more on one side of the equation or the other.
The art is very gestural, the drawings of horses loose and free-flowing.
Helen Frankenthaler b. 1928, employing gestural brushstrokes, bold color shapes and shimmering washes, is considered to be a bridge between Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting.
Deploying a mix of gestural dance and surreal black humour, Picó forces the audience to share her own issues about ageing, whether that's confronting the fact that it's time for her to build on her past, or considering the impetus to throw caution to the wind.
Annie Lapin: The Pure Space Animate | In this new group of paintings on canvas, Lapin's luscious, high-energy compositions co-mingle painterly conventions of representation with an obliterating gestural abstraction.