Definition of Gesturing

1. Verb. (present participle of gesture) ¹



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Definition of Gesturing

1. gesture [v] - See also: gesture

Gesturing Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gesturing

gesturable
gestural
gesturalities
gesturality
gesturally
gesture
gesture politics
gestured
gestureless
gesturelike
gesturement
gesturements
gesturer
gesturers
gestures
gesturing (current term)
gesturingly
gesundheit
get
get-at-able
get-away
get-go
get-out-of-jail-free card
get-out clause
get-pennies
get-penny
get-rich-quick
get-together
get-togethers
get-up

Literary usage of Gesturing

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1. Oral English: Directions and Exercises for Planning and Delivering the by John Marks Brewer (1916)
"As between too much and too little gesturing, we should always choose the ... No speech requires constant gesturing. Another tiresome habit is that of ..."

2. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1879)
"The vocal apparatus of the human individual not only is the instrument for our fully developed speech reactions but also for the simpler vocal gesturing, ..."

3. Public Speaking Today: A High School Manual by Frank Cummins Lockwood, Clarence De Witt Thorpe (1921)
"The writer hesitates to give directions; there is so much weak and silly gesturing to be seen as the result of various classroom methods that one might ..."

4. Elements of Human Psychology by Howard Crosby Warren (1922)
"Winking an eye or smiling at some one may be treated as facial gesturing. ... Vocal language is much more convenient than gesturing. ..."

5. The New Music Review and Church Music Review by American Guild of Organists (1906)
"His voice was worn, but the audience enjoyed his facial expression and his gesturing and regarded him as a great artist. When a singer is a diseuse, ..."

6. Oral English and Public Speaking by Edwin Du Bois Shurter (1918)
"Avoid gesturing at the beginning or at the very close of a speech. ... Avoid seesaw gesturing, that is, beginning a gesture with one hand and then bringing ..."

7. The Diplomatic Relations of England with the Quadruple Alliance, 1815-1830 by Louis Calvert, Myrna M. Boyce, Paul Padgette (1918)
"Oddly enough, then, in a chapter which sets out to examine the problem of gesturing on the modern stage, we find that the best way is to turn away from the ..."

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