gesticulate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • which will make motions especially while talking, for focus.
    • In order to make gestures or movements, like in speaking; to utilize postures.
    • to produce gestures particularly while speaking, for emphasis.
    • which will make gestures or motions, as with talking; to use positions.
    • To make gestures particularly while talking, as for focus.
    • to produce gestures particularly while talking, for focus.
    • To make gestures especially while speaking, in terms of emphasis.
    • In order to make gestures particularly while talking, as for emphasis.
    • To make gestures or motions, such as speaking; to utilize positions.
    • which will make motions specifically while talking, for emphasis.
    • to produce motions or motions, such as conversing; to make use of postures.
    • to help make gestures or movements, like in speaking; to make use of postures.
    • to help make motions or movements, as in conversing; to use postures.
    • which will make motions or motions, like in speaking; to make use of postures.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To say or show by gestures.
    • To represent by motion; to behave.
    • to state or express by gestures.
    • To represent by gesture; to act.
    • to state or show by motions.
    • To say or express by motions.
    • to express or show by gestures.
    • To say or express by gestures.
    • To portray by gesture; to do something.
    • to express or express by gestures.
    • To portray by gesture; to do something.
    • To express by motion; to do something.
    • To represent by motion; to act.
    • To represent by motion; to do something.
  • verb:
    • which will make motions or motions, such as talking; to use postures.
    • To say or express through motions.
    • show, express or direct through activity
    • to produce motions or motions, such as conversing; to utilize postures.
    • to state or show through motions.
    • show, express or direct through action
    • to produce gestures or movements, such as speaking; to use postures.
    • to state or show through motions.
    • to help make motions or movements, such as conversing; to use postures.
    • To make motions or movements, such as speaking; to use postures.
    • to produce motions or movements, as in speaking; to utilize postures.
    • to create gestures or motions, as in conversing; to use positions.
    • To say or show through motions.
    • to express or show through motions.
    • To say or show through gestures.
    • to express or show through gestures.
    • tv show, express or direct through activity
    • tv show, show or direct through motion
    • program, show or direct through movement
    • show, express or direct through movement
    • show, show or direct through activity
  • others:
    • which will make gestures; present thoughts or desires, or stress or illustrate speech, by movements for the human anatomy or any element of it, particularly the arms and arms.
    • to state or express by motions; imitate; enact.
    • To make motions; present thoughts or desires, or emphasize or illustrate message, by motions associated with the human anatomy or any part of it, especially the arms and hands.
    • expressing or portray by motions; imitate; enact.
    • to help make motions; express thoughts or desires, or stress or illustrate speech, by movements of the body or any element of it, particularly the fingers and arms.
    • expressing or represent by motions; imitate; enact.
    • In order to make gestures; present thoughts or desires, or stress or illustrate address, by motions regarding the human anatomy or any section of it, particularly the arms and arms.
    • In order to make gestures; present thoughts or desires, or emphasize or show message, by motions for the human anatomy or any element of it, particularly the hands and arms.
    • to help make gestures; present ideas or desires, or emphasize or illustrate message, by movements associated with the human body or any part of it, particularly the fingers and hands.
    • to state or portray by motions; imitate; enact.
    • to state or portray by gestures; imitate; enact.
    • To express or portray by motions; imitate; enact.
    • to create gestures; express thoughts or desires, or emphasize or illustrate message, by motions associated with human anatomy or any section of it, particularly the arms and hands.
    • To express or represent by motions; imitate; enact.

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