gesticulates[ je-stik-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF gesticulates
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GESTICULATES
The phlegmatic Englishman stamps and gesticulates with all the energy of a madman.
At short intervals he passes back a pace or two, and gesticulates to the others.
His voice is strong and not pleasant; and he gesticulates violently.
Almost symbolically he holds and gesticulates with a megaphone in his left hand.
He responds eagerly, raises his voice, and gesticulates excitedly.
He also gesticulates freely, a thing which is totally foreign to my nature.
His every movement is perfectly easy, and he gesticulates much, equally well with either arm.
Quite in contrast, the other priest, a Franciscan, talks much and gesticulates more.
But they divided not the story of the piece between an actor who only gesticulates and another who only sings.
If a Spaniard or Creole loses a dollar he gesticulates and argues about it as though thousands were involved in the issue.