gesture[ jes-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF gesture
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GESTURE
"It's the way you're treating me," he cried, with a clumsy man's awkward attempt at gesture.
Naturally by far the most important part of this was gesture.
The girl shook the links of the handcuffs in a gesture stronger than words.
Voice, pose and gesture proclaimed at least the excellent mimic.
Mary made a gesture toward him that he should not interfere.
Mary raised her head, haughtily, with a gesture of high disdain.
Gilder made a gesture of irritation, as he sank into the chair at his desk.
On the contrary, he went toward the two hurriedly, with a gesture of reproval.
He made a gesture toward the doorman, and added: "Take 'em back!"
Garson reflected for a few seconds, then made a gesture of negation.