Gestureless

Ges´ture`less


a.1.Free from gestures.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
Now we will descend into the crypt, under the grand altar of Milan Cathedral, and receive an impressive sermon from lips that have been silent and hands that have been gestureless for three hundred years.
Also, the palpitating, elemental Tosca calls for another type of character painting than, for instance, the modest, gestureless, timid and womanly Japanese girl in Mascagni's Iris.
Two of these gestureless, self-consciously abstract paintings were included in the exhibition, in addition to the works that were representational (if obliquely so).