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What is the past tense of gesture?

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The past tense of gesture is gestured.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of gesture is gestures.

The present participle of gesture is gesturing.

The past participle of gesture is gestured.

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We greeted each other with a wave and I gestured for him to look at the door.
Michelle gestured toward Deanna's quarter-pounder and pile of greasy fries.
She gestured towards the pack of hollering boys who had their shirts off with body paint painted across their bodies.
His soft brown eyes slowly drifted to meet my very confused and puzzled gaze and with a simple wave of the hand gestured for me to take a seat.
At one point, the guide gestured to a weather-beaten stone cross, saying that it had stood for at least 1,000 years.
The warden gestured to the right hand door, jangling his keys in an effort to find the correct one.

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