gesticulate

[ je-stik-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF gesticulate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GESTICULATE

She expresses herself better and does not gesticulate so violently.

I watched him gesticulate and get red in the face and foam and splutter.

We see them gesticulate as they relate their red adventures to one another.

The natives shout and gesticulate more vehemently than ever.

He did not shout or gesticulate: that made him all the more impressive.

He did not gesticulate as yet, but this could not be far off.

That capitalist sure knew how to gesticulate with his hands.

He did not gesticulate as much with his hands as he did with his head.

They gesticulate much, and usually tears stand in their eyes.

The artillery-men run, jump and gesticulate about their gun.

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