Synonyms of 'gesture'
She made a menacing gesture with her fist.
He called on the government to make a gesture of goodwill.
physical demonstrations of affection
an outward display of affection
He treated the fans to an exhibition of power and speed.
We attended as an expression of solidarity.
You must have proof of residence in the state.
These figures are an illustration of the country's dynamism.
Her living room piled with documents is a testimony to her dedication to her work.
the manifestation of grief
I gestured towards the boathouse and he looked inside.
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The action of a chemical is the way in which it works, or the effects that it has.
Her description of the action of poisons is very accurate.
If you beckon to someone, you signal to them to come to you.
He beckoned to the waiter.
Thesaurus for gesture from the Collins English Thesaurus
A gesture is a movement that you make with a part of your body, especially your hands, to express emotion or information .