gesticulate


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to make bodily motions so as to convey an idea or complement speech

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DO those irate motorists who peep their horns, and gesticulate and rant at supposedly bad drivers ever realise they are in danger of becoming such themselves?
Ang zooms in, and for seven or eight seconds we see the pair talk, laugh, and gesticulate broadly, then the cab moves on.
But this turnaround was engineered in the privacy of the Stamford Bridge dressing-room, whereas a 'coaching break' would have allowed the Special One to cajole, gesticulate and preen in front of the world's media and 41,000 paying punters.
The ETA survey also said Londoners were most likely to gesticulate behind the wheel, while drivers in the north of England are least likely to get violent, with only 76,000 incidents out of 7.
Mowbray stormed on to the pitch and was seen to shout and gesticulate at Miller.
Mowbray was incensed by a number of decisions, not least Miller's failure to disallow Sheffield Wednesday's injury time equaliser, following a foul in the build-up to Steve Watson's goal, and the number of minutes which were added onto the end of the game He stormed on to the pitch and was seen to shout and gesticulate at Miller.
But they are also less likely to gesticulate, shout or sound their horn if irritated.
Dangerous inconsiderate drivers, some who hurl abuse and gesticulate offensively.
And why do soccer managers gesticulate and shout instructions during play?
He said: 'Players - no matter who they are - cannot gesticulate to the crowds.
As i watched the replays it is impossible to ignore the fact that, as West Ham's "tough" guys gesticulate madly at the Newcastle bench and their faces turn a funny shade of purple as police restrain them, Roeder is smirking.
Actors gesticulate, wag fingers at each other and leap onto furniture to make a point.
Unambiguously oral--but never fixated at this stage--they seem silently to stutter and scream, spasmodically to gesticulate and blankly to stare, as if the messages they wanted to convey were both impossible to express and simple, simultaneously nonverbal and part of a common language.
Barton, 26, also appeared to gesticulate and mouth comments to Agbonlahor during the Toon's 2-0 win.
But 55 per cent admitted they shout or gesticulate and 53 per cent sound their horn if angry.