gesticulation

[ je-stik-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF gesticulation

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There was much gossip, some laughter, and a good deal of gesticulation.

Ella's gesticulation was eloquent of how much that had been.

His conception is just, and his gesticulation worthy of example.

There was evidently a good deal of excitement and gesticulation among them.

For every tone of her voice—every gesticulation—was exactly true to nature.

He laughed and threw the bottle upwards with a gesticulation I did not understand.

There was also an immense amount of gesticulation and excitement.

It was a throng of rapid movement, of animated speech, of gesticulation.

The game is accompanied by much shouting, gesticulation and laughter.

His wife did not come under this ban and was the center of jubilation and gesticulation.

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