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pantomime
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

2 uses
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Definition
a performance or expression of something through gestures and body movements without words
  • "I understand," said Monte Cristo, well acquainted with Ali's pantomime; "you mean to tell me that three female attendants await their new mistress in her sleeping-chamber."
    Chapters 45-46 (48% in)
pantomime = communication through gestures and body movements (without words)
  • From every street and every corner drove carriages filled with clowns, harlequins, dominoes, mummers, pantomimists, Transteverins, knights, and peasants, screaming, fighting, gesticulating, throwing eggs filled with flour, confetti, nosegays, attacking, with their sarcasms and their missiles, friends and foes, companions and strangers, indiscriminately, and no one took offence, or did anything but laugh.
    Chapters 35-36 (49% in)

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