She nodded quickly, very happy, and went to get another cup. She looked at Richard to see if he remembered the secret they shared, and he nodded and smiled. She nodded to the waiter so he could bring the cake. He looked at Pease, who nodded; Fenno did the same thing, but no one spoke. He nodded, then took her in his arms, kissed her and left her without a word. Mr. Langer nodded more firmly than before and took a second blade of grass. Start with your eyes, make a solid touch, then nod as you nod and raise your eyebrows as you listen. They will look alert and interested. A perked head position, nodding. A tilt of the head to the side is a submissive signal that clears the neck and neck; it conveys curiosity and interest. She saw the muscles of her face burn in a rigid grimace, his eyes ignited, his big chest shredded and he nodded.
Alternatives, but not really synonyms (emphasized) Mr. Byrd nodded and made some strokes with his pencil on the paper in front of him. To be clear, I`m looking for a verb that indicates the gesture (i.e. the movement of the head), not the sense of concordance (as for example.B. “It sounds great,” she said) she would at least look and wave her hand, nod or smile – or something like that! It seems to me that there is a small problem, that there are no great synonyms that can be used for a very widespread gesture in human conversation. I was expecting an argument, but she just nodded and went out. Mrs. Oldham modestly nodded, accepting that she was the extraordinary woman. The young man followed the direction of the eyes and nodded. All she saved now was the judge`s nod — both had the gift of life and death. “I could see his head frolicking” “Contrary to Garrett`s confused reaction, Clara gave only a slight head to recognize him.” Everyone was looking at them, and I saw the girls jostling and nodding in their direction. Or am I wrong? Is there an alternative to overuse of this term? 1`during a nod from the manager, she turned off the lights` When Ms.
Effie nodded, I directed the installation of it. 2 there is a good chance that the Lords will acquiesce to the contract` 1`Ronny Johnsen got to nod David May`s head, blinking, plunging his head, touching his hat, giving an inch up, leaning his chin or tilting his head. It is difficult to say “Nod” without saying “nod,” but there are physical cues that are roughly equivalent, at least in some contexts.