Definition of gesticulatory in US English:

gesticulatory

adjective

  • See gesticulate

    • ‘Therefore, Woolf is engagingly and illustratively gesticulatory.’
    • ‘Gesticulatory and concerned with his ‘vision’, he is constantly battling with his producer, scoffing at one point, ‘Apparently we can't construct the truth!’’
    • ‘You get this flurry of gesticulatory activity, followed by a raising of the eyebrows and a widening of the eyes as the orator pauses.’

Pronunciation

gesticulatory

/ˌjeˈstikyələˌtôrē//ˌdʒɛˈstɪkjələˌtɔri/