He was a little goofy looking and gesticulated a lot, but he was sweet and had theories about a million things, especially her.
Then quite abruptly he sprang to his feet and gesticulated with an ineffectual hand.
He gesticulated with his left hand, freed from the pressure of the glove.
The colour began to come back, into Jules's face; he gesticulated with his cigar and became more and more dramatic.
Peppino never spoke a word to Letterio; he talked to me and gesticulated.
A forefinger came out of the fist and gesticulated before my face.
The Lamas nearer him gesticulated like madmen and urged him on again.
The captain talked, and gesticulated when the turmoil of the sea drowned his voice.
He gesticulated continuously, sawing the air with his hands.
Mr. Emilius gesticulated, and struck his breast, and brought out his words as though he meant them.
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.