• WordNet 3.6
    • adj nonverbal being other than verbal communication "the study of gestural communication","art like gesture is a form of nonverbal expression"
    • adj nonverbal involving little use of language "a nonverbal intelligence test"
    • adj nonverbal lacking verbal skill "rural students often come from nonverbal backgrounds"
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In literature:

The rest of the conversation had been on a subtler level, one which was almost completely nonverbal.
"What The Left Hand Was Doing" by Gordon Randall Garrett
Zen would have our perception of the world, indeed our very thoughts, be nonverbal.
"The Zen Experience" by Thomas Hoover

In news:

But the nonverbal process of approximating numbers is a system we share with infants and many other animals.
The Nonverbal, Sentient Accessory for Zach Galifianakis baby = dog.
The science and fun of nonverbal communication.
What's Your Nonverbal Communication Saying.
Firms settle suit on apps for nonverbal people.
Are Man and Woman Equals in Nonverbal Communication.
Experience Is Not Expertise in Nonverbal Communication.
Why Gen-Y Johnny Can't Read Nonverbal Cues.
The presidential debates -- a matter of nonverbal communication.
Pheromones are chemicals created in the body and used in nonverbal communication between individuals of the same species.
Nonverbal Solutions' Sari de la Motte.
Communication is 93% nonverbal and is oftenTIMEs very subtle and overlooked.
Politicians are keenly aware that they're judged not only by their verbal message, but also by their nonverbal communication.
Plain Dealer file "It's an electronic barrier that cuts out vital parts of communication, cuts out nonverbal cues," said Jay Milano, an area defense attorney, on police testifying before grand juries by video conference .
Word Maven Patricia T O'Conner on Nonverbal Communication.

In science:

M.A. Sayette, J.F. Cohn, J.M. Wertz, M.A. Perrott and D.J. Parrott, “A psychometric evaluation of the facial action coding system for assessing spontaneous expression,” Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 167-185, Sept. 2001.
Face Expression Recognition and Analysis: The State of the Art