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American Sign Language: "friendly"


The sign for "friendly" can also mean "cheerful" or "pleasant."
 

The fingers wiggle as you move both hands backward.  The sign starts a few inches in front of your head and moves backward until the hands are even with, or a little-bit behind your face.
 

FRIENDLY:

 



FRIENDLY:

 


Sample sentence: YOU THINK MOST SELL-AGENT FRIENDLY?

 



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