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synonyms for gesticulate

  • gesture
  • motion
  • signal
See also synonyms for: gesticulated / gesticulates / gesticulating
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How to use gesticulate in a sentence

BB-8 moves fluidly and playfully, and K-2SO walks with a lazy gait and gesticulates wildly, while their counterparts move rigidly and precisely.
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At first he kept his hands behind his back in a tight knot; then he began to gesticulate as he turned.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, VOLUME XXIROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
My subordinates may gird their loins to leap and run and gesticulate, shedding their own blood the while in crimson streams.
SARCHEDONG. J. (GEORGE JOHN) WHYTE-MELVILLE
This is particularly the case with people who are somewhat theatrical and hence gesticulate too much.
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The collar of his coat on the right side had an unpleasant way of flying up whenever he raised his arm to gesticulate.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)WILLIAM H. HERNDON
One was talking loquaciously, using his free arm, on which hung a cane, to gesticulate.
LONG LIVE THE KINGMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
Now old Sykes Huntington, when he was chief, used to bellow continually like a bull and gesticulate in a sort of delirium.
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He might marvel how forty millions of people needed to stamp and gesticulate against a handful of obstructives.
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I would walk up and down and gesticulate, struggling, fighting to make clear to myself what a true philosophy should set forth.
THE WONDERJ. D. BERESFORD
They talk and gesticulate together, while now and then a big red rough hand is thrust out savagely toward the curtain.
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WORDS RELATED TO GESTICULATE

  • allure
  • ask
  • attract
  • bid
  • coax
  • command
  • demand
  • draw
  • entice
  • gesticulate
  • gesture
  • invite
  • motion
  • nod
  • pull
  • sign
  • summon
  • tempt
  • wave
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