kinesic, adj.kinesically, adv.
/ki nee"siks, -ziks, kuy-/, n. (used with a sing. v.)
the study of body movements, gestures, facial expressions, etc., as a means of communication.
[1950-55; < Gk kínes(is) (see KINESIS) + -ICS]

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