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American Sign Language: "scads"



The word "scads" is a funny little English word that means "lots of."
In ASL the sign SCADS can be used to show lots of people or animals in a place or area.
For example, suppose you wanted to say that there was a huge turnout (people showing up) for a political rally, you could use this sign to show that "masses of people" were there.

SCADS:


 

Note: This sign is related to the "audience" sign. See: AUDIENCE


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