He gestured and called for them to ignore him and go into the temple, where more people likely needed help.
At that point, Cain gestured with his flattened palm near his chin.
And he gestured toward ideas—straightforward cash payments and an end to means-testing—that would sit well with liberals.
And thank you all”—I gestured to the crowd—“for coming tonight to celebrate our joy!
When we nodded, she broke into a wide grin, gestured with two thumbs up, and finished off with a high-five.
He gestured through the translucent skin of the Dome, and I felt sick.
He gestured furiously toward the fuselage of the old Supernova.
Alan nodded and gestured for the little extra-terrestrial to take his usual perch.
She gestured toward the sea, toward the spot where they had last seen the Haarlem.
One gestured two or three times as he spoke, and he moved his arm rather stiffly.
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.