gesticulation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of gesticulating.
    • A deliberate, vigorous movement or motion. See Synonyms at motion.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making motions to assist expression of thoughts, sentiments or enthusiasm.
    • A gesture; a motion associated with the human body or limbs when talking, or in representing action or enthusiasm, and enforcing arguments and sentiments.
    • An odd or fanciful movement.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making gestures to convey passion or enforce sentiments.
    • A gesture; a motion for the human anatomy or limbs in speaking, or perhaps in representing activity or passion, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • The work of gesticulating.
    • A deliberate, vigorous motion or motion. See Synonyms at motion.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making gestures to help appearance of thoughts, sentiments or passion.
    • A gesture; a motion of this human body or limbs when speaking, or in representing activity or passion, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • An odd or fanciful movement.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making motions expressing enthusiasm or enforce sentiments.
    • Antic tricks or motions.
    • A gesture; a motion of this human body or limbs in speaking, or in representing activity or passion, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • The act or training of gesticulating or making motions: as, their gesticulation is embarrassing.
    • The act of gesticulating.
    • A deliberate, vigorous movement or gesture. See Synonyms at motion.
    • A gesture; an expressive motion of mind, human anatomy, or limbs.
    • The act of gesticulating.
    • Antic tricks or movements.
    • Synonyms See motion.
    • The work or practice of gesticulating or making gestures: because, their gesticulation is embarrassing.
    • The work of gesticulating, or making gestures to aid expression of ideas, sentiments or passion.
    • A deliberate, strenuous movement or gesture. See Synonyms at gesture.
    • A gesture; a motion associated with the body or limbs whenever speaking, or perhaps in representing action or enthusiasm, and enforcing arguments and sentiments.
    • A gesture; an expressive movement of head, human anatomy, or limbs.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making motions to aid expression of ideas, sentiments or enthusiasm.
    • a deliberate and vigorous gesture or movement
    • An odd or fanciful motion.
    • A gesture; a motion of this human anatomy or limbs whenever speaking, or in representing action or enthusiasm, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • Synonyms See motion.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making motions to state enthusiasm or enforce sentiments.
    • An odd or fanciful movement.
    • a deliberate and vigorous gesture or movement
    • A gesture; a motion associated with human anatomy or limbs in speaking, or perhaps in representing activity or passion, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • The work of gesticulating, or making motions to state enthusiasm or enforce sentiments.
    • A gesture; a motion of the human body or limbs in speaking, or in representing action or passion, and enforcing arguments and sentiments.
    • Antic tips or movements.
    • Antic tips or motions.
    • The act or training of gesticulating or making motions: as, their gesticulation is embarrassing.
    • The work or practice of gesticulating or making motions: since, his gesticulation is awkward.
    • A gesture; an expressive motion associated with the mind, body, or limbs.
    • Synonyms See gesture.
    • A gesture; an expressive motion regarding the mind, human anatomy, or limbs.
    • a deliberate and vigorous motion or motion
    • Synonyms See motion.
    • a deliberate and strenuous motion or movement
    • The work of gesticulating.
    • A deliberate, vigorous motion or gesture. See Synonyms at motion.
    • The act of gesticulating.
    • A deliberate, strenuous movement or motion. See Synonyms at motion.
    • The act of gesticulating.
    • A deliberate, energetic motion or gesture. See Synonyms at motion.
    • The work of gesticulating, or making gestures to aid appearance of ideas, sentiments or enthusiasm.
    • The work of gesticulating, or making motions to assist appearance of thoughts, sentiments or passion.
    • A gesture; a motion for the human body or limbs whenever speaking, or in representing action or passion, and enforcing arguments and sentiments.
    • A gesture; a motion of body or limbs when speaking, or perhaps in representing action or passion, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • An odd or fanciful motion.
    • An odd or fanciful motion.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making gestures to express passion or enforce sentiments.
    • A gesture; a motion regarding the human body or limbs in speaking, or perhaps in representing activity or enthusiasm, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • Antic tricks or motions.
    • The act or rehearse of gesticulating or making motions: as, their gesticulation is embarrassing.
    • A gesture; an expressive movement of the mind, human body, or limbs.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making gestures to aid phrase of thoughts, sentiments or passion.
    • The act of gesticulating, or making motions to convey enthusiasm or enforce sentiments.
    • A gesture; a motion of the human body or limbs when speaking, or perhaps in representing action or enthusiasm, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • Synonyms See motion.
    • a deliberate and strenuous motion or motion
    • An odd or fanciful movement.
    • A gesture; a motion for the human anatomy or limbs in talking, or in representing action or enthusiasm, and implementing arguments and sentiments.
    • The work of gesticulating, or making motions expressing passion or enforce sentiments.
    • A gesture; a motion of this human body or limbs in talking, or in representing activity or passion, and enforcing arguments and sentiments.
    • Antic tricks or motions.
    • The work or training of gesticulating or making gestures: as, his gesticulation is uncomfortable.
    • A gesture; an expressive movement regarding the head, body, or limbs.
    • Synonyms See motion.
    • a deliberate and energetic gesture or motion
    • Antic tips or movements.
    • The work or training of gesticulating or making motions: since, his gesticulation is uncomfortable.
    • A gesture; an expressive movement for the mind, body, or limbs.
    • Synonyms See motion.
    • a deliberate and strenuous motion or motion

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