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used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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a performance or expression of something through gestures and body movements without words
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR THE AFTERNOON IS A FINE ONE, AND THE GROUNDS AND gardens of Spence are blooming with girls—on bicycles, playing pantomimes, strolling, gossiping.
    Chapter 24 (1% in)

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