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An irate Vettel then accelerated alongside Hamilton, gesticulated and moved his car to the right and into him.
The three-time major champion and current No. 1 player is known for muttering to himself and gesticulating, often while looking at coach Ivan Lendl and other members of his team.
Members of the delegation were observed gesticulating and complaining loudly outside the ballroom after the speech.
Video of the scuffle shows lawmakers pushing one another, yelling and gesticulating.
The report said that Guzman quickly approached the officers while holding a knife in her right hand, gesticulating with her left hand and yelling something unintelligible.
Macron worked hard to keep his cool as Le Pen smirked, gesticulated and provoked.
The sheer speed of Juventus’ approach play took Monaco by surprise, prompting coach Leonardo Jardim to frantically gesticulate to his players early to close down their opponents higher up the pitch.
LE HAVRE, France — In the conference room of a smart hotel in the center of this port city, four Frenchmen were talking loudly over one another and gesticulating toward a flip chart in front of a row of empty chairs.
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GESTICULATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gesticulate for English Language Learners
: to move your arms and hands especially when speaking in an angry or emotional way
GESTICULATE Defined for Kids
Definition of gesticulate for Students
: to make gestures especially when speaking He gesticulated wildly during their argument.
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