But Burr major made one gesticulation, and then his limbs seemed to double up beneath him, as he dropped fainting on the grass.
For every tone of her voice—every gesticulation—was exactly true to nature.
We do not ask for a slavering flux of sentiment, or an acrobat's display in gesticulation.
He laughed and threw the bottle upwards with a gesticulation I did not understand.
The game is accompanied by much shouting, gesticulation and laughter.
There was also an immense amount of gesticulation and excitement.
gesticulation was for them a science learnedly termed chironomy.
His wife did not come under this ban and was the center of jubilation and gesticulation.
Her voice is clear, her gesticulation simple, and her general manner not surpassed by Wendell Phillips.
Here every one lunches with a great deal of gesticulation and clamour.
early 15c., from Latin gesticulationem (nominative gesticulatio), noun of action from past participle stem of gesticulari "to gesture, mimic," from gesticulus "a mimicking gesture," diminutive of gestus (see gest).