They seemed to gesticulate a frantic despair against the black steam clouds behind.
She expresses herself better and does not gesticulate so violently.
But justification came into his eyes, and his hands began to gesticulate eloquently.
I watched him gesticulate and get red in the face and foam and splutter.
Mercifully, it occurred to these to stand far off for a time, to shout and gesticulate joyously.
We see them gesticulate as they relate their red adventures to one another.
He did not gesticulate as much with his hands as with his head.
The natives shout and gesticulate more vehemently than ever.
I like your enthusiasm, but not when you gesticulate with that razor—I can't spare any of my features.
That capitalist sure knew how to gesticulate with his hands.
c.1600, from Latin gesticulatus, past participle of gesticulari "to gesture, mimic," from gesticulus "a mimicking gesture," diminutive of gestus "gesture, carriage, posture" (see gest). Related: Gesticulated; gesticulating.