Definitions for "Nonverbal communication"
the transmission of a message from sender to receiver without using words. See Body Language; Kinesic Communication; Proxemic Communication; Tactile Communication.
Verbal exchanges account for only a fraction of the messages people send and receive. Research has shown that between 70 and 90 percent of the entire communication spectrum is nonverbal, including: Body language Physical environment; and Personal attribute s such as physical appearance; vocal cues; and touch. [D03533] GAT Involving minimal use of the spoken language, e.g. gestures, facial expressions, and verbal fragments that communicate emotions without the use of words; sometimes known as body language. [D01088] PMK87
The act of conveying feelings or ideas without using words
The transfer of information between persons without the use of speech.