The gesture nearly moved Polanski to tears, even though not everyone approved.
At Slate, Matthew Yglesias called the gesture simply “absurd.”
Simply tap on your own screen, and haptic feedback mechanisms in the watch will transfer the gesture to the wrist of your friend.
Sam, however, does not appreciate the gesture and is determined to figure out who was behind the typed out letter.
The absurdity of my gesture is, I think, vital to understanding these pictures.
But Shenac put his words aside with a gesture of indifference.
Mary raised her head, haughtily, with a gesture of high disdain.
His gesture, his courage, the look in his eye, would have made the wildest pony quail.
Gilder made a gesture of irritation, as he sank into the chair at his desk.
She imagined some great, vague gesture; not an incident, but a gesture; and it hung in the air suspended like a shadow.
early 15c., "manner of carrying the body," from Medieval Latin gestura "bearing, behavior," from Latin gestus "gesture, carriage, posture" (see gest). Restricted sense of "a movement of the body or a part of it" is from 1550s; figurative sense of "action undertaken in good will to express feeling" is from 1916.
1540s, from gesture (n.). Related: Gestured; gesturing.