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  • v. Present participle of gesture.
  • n. The making of gestures.


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  • "I told Eketi you're a woman," he repeated in English, gesturing at her shirtfront.

    River Of Desire

  • "I saw the army of King Charles, effendi, I and Abdul and Said," he said in Arabic, gesturing to include his comrades.

    The Saracen: The Holy War

  • It was in gesturing that Maudie was being instructed when Pearlie came in with her broom.

    The Second Chance

  • He spoke to her rapidly in Spanish, gesturing freely, but his attention kept flickering to Jack directly behind her.

    Black Magic

  • My heroes du jour have issued the plain talk, and gesturing, that is occasionally needed.

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  • They spoke in Arabic, gesturing and smiling as if they were friends enjoying a chance meeting.

    Lilith’s Dream: A Tale of the Vampire Life

  • The method additionally includes performing one or more control actions during the user input when the user input is classified as a gesturing input.

    Macsimum News

  • And he said to nominees in the audience that they were to keep their acceptance speeches short, or, and kind of gesturing to the phone, he said, "Or say hello to my little friend."

    CNN Transcript Nov 27, 2005

  • A too comfortable poet, and poetry of too much verve without incision, too much "gesturing", which is an easy thing for many talented people, and there is also missing for me the real grip of amazement.

    Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets

  • “I’ve found her, Ivan,” the man holding Nicole says in English, gesturing with his head.

    A Hidden Affair


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